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NCJFCJ To Conduct Key Courses for Juvenile and Family Court Judges in September

August 26, 2010

In September 2010, in Reno, NV, the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges will conduct two key courses for judges:

  • NCJFCJ Logo ImageManaging Challenging Family Law Cases. Held September 27-30, 2010, this course, cosponsored by the National Judicial College, will enable participants to more effectively interview children; apply social science research to craft developmentally appropriate parenting plans; use problem-solving principles to offer litigation alternatives to families in crisis; manage high-conflict cases; ensure safety in cases where domestic violence is indicated; evaluate financial records; and assess business valuations. The course is intended for judges who hear family law cases involving the dissolution of marriages, child custody and visitation, and child support.

  • Core College: Role of the Juvenile Court Judge. Held September 27–October 1, 2010, this course will prepare participants to make informed decisions in the best interest of the child, family, and community. Addressing legal, medical, social, and psychological topics, the course is designed for judges, commissioners, masters, hearing officers, referees, and other judicial officers with delinquency court jurisdiction.


To obtain further information and register online for either of these courses, visit www.ncjfcj.org/content/view/285/378/.