Discretion and Decision-Making in the Courts
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This two-day Judicial College seminar will examine common decisions judges make that are entrusted to their discretion. Case studies and seminar discussions about those cases will be used to illustrate factors that contribute to judicial decisions, and to give participants a chance to learn how their colleagues handle similar situations. Discussion of recent research findings about how judges and others make decisions will be included.
Topics - Courts and Judicial Administration
- Judicial Administration and Authority
Who should attend
- District Court Judges
- Chief Judges