The Second Series of Open Webinars for Judges, Assistants to Judges, and Court Staff Members is Accessible for Viewing

Dear colleagues, partners, and visitors of the USAID New Justice Program website:

Please be reminded that the National School of Judges, with assistance from the USAID New Justice Program and in cooperation with the National Judicial College, Reno, USA, conducted a series of nine webinars for judges, assistants to judges, and court staff members from October through December 2020.

The proposed webinars covered a wide range of topics: from specific aspects of holding effective web events using online platforms to online dispute resolution, ethics of communications in the social media, and mindfulness and stress-reduction in the delivery of justice.

U.S. specialists – acting judges, retired judges, court administrators, heads and representatives of the National Judicial College in Reno – were engaged in the presenter capacity for the webinars.

The webinars are available through the links below and on our official YouTube channel.

We hereby encourage you to use and share these resources and not miss our announcement of new events.

Record and materials of the webinar “Faculty Development: How to Prepare and Run Webinars”

Record and materials of the webinar “Fundamental Writing Skills”

Record and materials of the webinar “Mindfulness and Stress-Reduction in the Delivery of Justice”

Record and materials of the webinar “Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) to Reduce Judicial Workload and Improve Access to Justice”

Record and materials of the webinar “Core Skills for Judges while Presiding over Domestic Violence Cases”

Record and materials of the webinar “Art of Sentencing”

Record and materials of the webinar “Ethical Aspects of Communication in Social Media”

Record and materials of the webinar “Managing the Jury Trial”

Record and materials of the webinar “Proceedings against Judges in the U.S.”