Leadership Institute

Class Resources

Unit 1 – Introduction to the Course and Top Ten Resources

 
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Unit 2 – Context and Vision

  • Action Plan for the Justice Courts.  New York: New York Unified Court System, 2006.              
  • Allard, Nancy J. Assessing the Need and Feasibility of Expanding and Standardizing a Safety Protocol and Training Program for Probation Officers in South Dakota. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, Institute for Court Management CEDP paper, 2009.
  • Argyris, C. Organizational Learning (2nd Ed.) Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 1999.
  • Bassiouni, M. Cherif.  “In Afghanistan and Iraq: Strengthening the Rule of Law through Judicial Education and Law School Development.”  47 The Judges’ Journal 2 (2008): 24. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Baum, Lawrence. Specializing the Courts. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2011. (Available in the NCSC Library).
  • Bertran, Michele.  The Purposes and Responsibilities of Courts: New Jersey’s Court Leaders Respond.  Williamsburg, VA: Institute for Court Management, 2008.
  • Broderick Jr., John T. and Daniel J. Hall. “What is Reengineering and Why Is It Necessary?” Future Trends in State Courts 2010. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2010.                                                              
  • Buckingham, Marcus and Curt Coffman.  First, Break All the Rules: What the World’s Greatest Managers Do Differently.  New York: Simon and Schuster, 1999. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Clarke, Thomas M. “Reengineering: Governance and Structure.” Future Trends in State Courts 2010. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2010.
  • Clarke, Thomas M. “Reengineering: The Importance of Establishing Principles.” Future Trends in State Courts. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2010.
  • Cook, Janice A. “Why Look at the Learning Organization in Public Services?”  From The Learning Organization in the Public Services.  (J. A. Cook, D. Staniforth, J. Stewart, eds., 1997)
  • Courtroom Technology Strategic Training Planning.  Lincoln, NE: U.S. District Court of Nebraska, 2008.
  • Diversity Training Through Videoconferencing: Colorado Judicial Branch.  Denver, CO: Colorado Judicial Branch, 1998. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Doan, Rachel N. and Robert A. Shapiro.  State Court Administrators: Qualifications and Responsibilities.  Chicago, IL: American Judicature Society, 1976.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Doerner, John. Michigan Court of Appeals: Assessment of Operations and Technology. Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, 2011. 
  • Fautsko, Timothy F.  Orleans Parish Juvenile Court: Report of Strategic Planning and Customer Service Development Training in Preparation of IJJIS Development and Implementations: Final Report.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1999.                                                                                   
  • Fernades, Claudia. “State Courts: Are You Ready for the Future of Judicial Branch Education?” Future Trends in State Courts 2008. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2008.
  • Finger, M. and Brand S. B. “The Concept of the Learning Organization Applied to the Transformation of the Public Sector.” From Organizational Learning and the Learning Organization: Developments in Theory and Practice.  (M. Easterby-Smith, M. Araujo, and J. Burgoyne, eds., 1999.)
  • Flores, Carmen.  The Court as Employer: Best Practices for Ensuring a Bias Free Environment and Attaining a Diverse Workforce.  Trenton, N.J.: New Jersey Courts, 2000.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Fredickson, Teresa.  Service to the Self-Represented and Court Staff Training: The Disconnect.  Williamsburg, VA: Institute for Court Management, 2001. 
  • Frost, Jacque, Cheryl Lucas, and JennieMarie Blankert.  Strategies and Tools Used to Collect and Report Strategic Plan Data.  West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University, 2004. 
  • Garvin, David A.  “Building a Learning Organization.” 71 Harvard Business Review 4 (July-Aug 1993): p.78. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Garvin, David A. Learning in Action.  Cambridge, MA: Harvard Business School Press, 2000.
  • Glover, Denise.  Diversity in the Courts: A Guide for Assessment and Training.  Washington, D.C.: Federal Judicial Center, 1995.               
  • Glover, Denise Marie and John G. Richardson.  A Total Approach to Diversity: An Assessment and Curriculum Guide for State Courts.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1997.                                                                                                      
  • Garavan, Thomas, Pat Costine, and Noreen Heraty.  “Training and Development: Concepts, Attitudes, and Issues.” Training and Development in Ireland.  Cengage Learning EMEA, 1995.
  • Hammond, Clarke.  Planning for the Future in the City of Austin Municipal Court: How the Use of Strategic Planning, Business Alignment, Performance Measurement and an Annual Report can Lead to Process Improvement and Improved Public Perception.  Williamsburg, VA: Institute for Court Management, 1999.                                        
  • Harrison, Rosemary.  Learning and Development.  London: CIPD Publishing, 2005.
  • Hays, Steven W. and Cole Blease Graham, Jr. (Eds.) Handbook of Court Administration and Management.  New York: Marcel Dekker, Inc., 1993.   (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Hiemstra, Glen.  Turning the Future into Revenue: What Businesses and Individuals Need to Know to Shape their Futures.  Hoboken, N.J.: Wiley & Sons, 2006.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Kirven, Mary Beth. Kansas Drug Court Feasibility Study. Denver, CO: National Center for State Courts, 2011.                                                               
  • March, Terri A.  Planning for the Future: The Link between Caseload Growth and Rapid Population Increases.  Williamsburg, VA:  Institute for Court Management, 2009.        
  • Martin, John and Brenda Wagenkrecht-Ivy.  Courts 2010: Critical Trends Shaping the Courts: In the Next Decade.      
  • Montana, Patrick J. and Bruce H. Charnov.  “Training and Development.” Management.  Hauppauge, NY: Barron’s Education Series, 2000.
  • O’Keefe, T. “Organizational Learning: A New Perspective.”  26 Journal of European Industrial Training 2-4 (2002): p. 130.
  • Oberoi, Geeta. “Developing the Judicial Education Discourse to Professionalise the Judiciary.” New Delhi, India: University of Delhi, 2011. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Ostrom, Brian et al.  Trial Courts as Organizations.  Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press, 2007.  (Available in NCSC Library.)
  • Pankey, Kenneth and Anne Skove.  Charting a Course to Strategic Thought and Action: Developing Strategic Planning Capacities in State Courts.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2003.                                           
  • Priorities and Strategies for Minnesota Judicial Branch: Focus on the Future 2007-2009.  Minnesota Judicial Branch, 2007. 
  • Senge, Peter M. The Fifth Discipline: The Art and Practice of the Learning Organization. NY: Broadway Business, Random House, 2006.
  • Strategic Plan for Information Technology for Juvenile Courts.  Atlanta, GA: Georgia Courts Automation Commission, 2005.                                
  • Torrington, Derek, Laura Hall, and Stephen Taylor.  Human Resource Management.  Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, 2004.
  • Texas Center for the Judiciary: Judicial Excellence through Education. 
  • Webster, Lawrence P.  “Court IT Strategic Planning.”  Future Trends in State Courts 2008.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2008.           
  • Wang, Catherine L. and Pervais K. Ahmend.  “Organizational Learning: A Critical Review.” 10 The Learning Organization 1 (2003): p. 8.
  • Wolf, Robert V.  Defining the Problem: Using Data to Plan a Community Justice Project.  New York: Center for Court Innovation, 1999. 

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Unit 3 – Adult Education Fundamentals

  • Ashley, Marilyn.  An Assessment of Court Clerk Training Needs and Motivational Incentives in the Marin County Superior Court.  Williamsburg, VA: Institute for Court Management, 2003.                                                          
  • Bagot, Catherine and et al.  “Going to Class in Your Pajamas: Master’s Program Offers Legal Administrators Unique Education.”  20 Court Manager 1(2005): 32. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Conner, Maureen E. and William A. Anderson.  Mentoring in the Judiciary.  East Lansing, MI: The Judicial Education Reference, Information and Technical Transfer (JERITT) Project, 1992. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Cooke, John S.  “Judicial Ethics Education in the Federal Courts.” 28 Justice System Journal 3 (2007): 385.                                                        
  • Core Competency Curriculum Guidelines: What Court Leaders Need to Know and Be Able to Do.  Williamsburg, VA: National Association for Court Management, 2004.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Day, Richard and Rogers, Ed; Enhancing NASA’s Performance as a Learning Organization. Academy Sharing Knowledge, Issue 22, February 2006.
     
  • Distance Education: Options for Judicial Education.  Williamsburg, VA: Institute for Court Management, 1997. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Distance Learning Training for Judicial Branch Educators and Court Consultants: Training Guide.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2002. (Available in NCSC Library.)
  • Drug Court Coordinators’ Training Manual.  Alexandria, VA: National Drug Court Institute, 2000.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Hermann, Ned.  The Theory behind the HBDI and Whole Brain Technology. Lake Lure, NY: Hermann International, 1998.
  • Hricko, Mary.  Design and Implementation of Web-Enabled Teaching Tools.  Hershey, PA:  Information Science Pub., 2003.  (Available NCSC Library.)
  • JEC: New Mexico Judicial Education Center.  
  • Johns, Krista R.  Train the Trainers for Implementing Medical Legal Training: Curriculum Guide.  Reno, NV: National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, 1997.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Kennedy, Mary K.  Training the Trainers: Curriculum.  Philadelphia, PA: Administrative Office of the Pennsylvania Courts, Judicial Education Department, 2005.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Knowles, M. S. Self-Directed Learning: A Guide for Learners and Teachers. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall/Cambridge, 1975.
     
  • Knowles, M. S. The Modern Practice of Adult Education: (Revised Edition). Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall/Cambridge, 1980.
     
  • Knowles, M. S. The Adult Learner: A Neglected Species (Revised Edition). Houston: Gulf Publishing Company, 1990.
     
  • Kolb, D.A. Experiential Learning. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1984.
     
  • Malleson, Kate.  “Judicial Training and Performance Appraisal: The Problem of Judicial Independence.”  60 The Modern Law Review 5 (2003): 655. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Massey, Mary Ann and Raymond Foster.  “Distance Learning Centers: Recruiting Teams for the New Ballgame!”  17 Court Manager 1(2002):6. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Neifert, Joseph.  A Comprehensive Review of a Court Administrator Training Program.  Williamsburg, VA: Institute for Court Management, National Center for State Courts, 1998.                                                                                  
  • Rosenblum, Ellen F.  “Judicial Ethics for All: An Expansive Approach to Judicial Ethics Education.” 28 Justice System Journal 3 (2007): 394.           
  • Rottman, David, et al.  Promoting Statewide Court and Community Collaboration Initiatives: Instructor’s Manual.  Williamsburg, VA:  National Center for State Courts, 2002.                                                                                                                                   
  • Skills Based Orientation and Training for Persons Newly Elected or Appointed to the Bench.  Oxford, MS: American Academy of Judicial Education, 2002. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Salimbene, Franklyn P.  Court Interpreters: Standards of Practice and Standards for Training.  Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University, 1997.  (Available in NCSC Library.)
  • Succession Planning: Workforce Analysis, Talent Management, and Leadership Development.  Williamsburg, VA: National Association for Court Management, 2008.  (Available in the NCSC Library.) 
  • Waldrop, Karen and Maureen E. Conner.  Curriculum, Program, and Faculty Development: Managing People, Process, and Product.  East Lansing, MI: The Judicial Education Reference, Information and Technical Transfer Project (JERITT), 1994.
  • Webster, Lawrence P.  Judicial Education Management System: Final Report.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts and National Association of State Judicial Educators, 1993.                                                   

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Unit 4 – Evaluation

  • Advisory Committee of the Judicial Training Institute.  Education and Training Needs Assessment and Program Plan for Judicial and Non-Judicial Personnel in Massachusetts.  Boston, MA: Judicial Training Institute, 1988. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Baar, Carl.  “Reflections on Education in Judicial Administration.”  26 Justice System Journal 2 (2005):164.               
  • Bader, J. Lanni et al.  Presenting Dispute Resolution to Judges: A Guide for Developing Judicial Training on Alternative Dispute Resolution.  Washington, D.C.: American Bar Association, Section of Dispute Resolution and the International Center for Dispute Resolution, 1996. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • California’s Child Support Commissioner System: An Evaluation of the First Two Yeats of the Program.  San Francisco, CA: California Judicial Council, 2000. (See section on Education and Training.) (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Canton City Schools Alternative Education Programming: Prevention of Truancy Through Mediation Focus Group: Overview of Focus Group Responses.  Kent, OH: Kent State University, 2006. 
  • Carlson, Vicky L. An Examination of Remote Language Interpreting in the Minnesota Trial Courts. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2011.
  • Claxton, Charles S. and Esther K. Ochsman.  Education for Development: The Voices of Practitioners in the Judiciary.  East Lansing, MI: The Judicial Education Reference, Information and Technical Transfer Project (JERITT), 1995.
  • Conner, Maureen E., Karen Thorson and William J. Brunson.  A National Agenda for the Future of Judicial Branch Education.  East Lansing, MI: The Judicial Education Reference, Information and Technical Transfer (JERITT) Project, 2000. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • CourTools, Measure 9: Court Employee Satisfaction.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2005. 
  • Erickson, Chuck A.  “Trends in Judicial Education.”  2006 Future Trends in State Courts.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2006.  
  • An Evaluation of the Three Georgia DUI Courts. Washington, DC: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 2011.
  • Federal Courthouses: Improved Collaboration Needed to Meet Demands of a Complex Security Environment. Washington, DC: United States Government Accountability Office, 2011.
  • Fernandes, Claudia and Lisa Galdos.  “State Courts: Are You Ready for the Future of Judicial Education?” Future Trends in State Courts 2008. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2008.                                                 
  • Green, Bruce A.  “May Judges Attend Privately Funded Educational Programs? Should Judicial Education Be Privatized?  Questions of Judicial Ethics and Policy.”  29 Fordham Urban Law Journal 3 (2002): 941.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Hudzik, John K.  Judicial Education Needs Assessment and Program Evaluation. East Lansing, MI: The Judicial Education Reference, Information and Technical Transfer Project (JERITT), 1994.
  • Hudzik, John K.  “Symbiotic Evolution: The Relationship of Court Management to Judicial and Management Education.”  15 Justice System Journal 2 (1991): 677. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • The Impact of Kentucky’s Cross-Training Initiative, 1996-1998: A Preliminary Analysis.  Greenville, N.C.: University of East Carolina, 1998.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Kushner, Jeffrey. Montana Drug Courts: A Snapshot of Success and Hope. Helena, MT: Montana Supreme Court, 2011.
  • Mentkowski, Marcia, Georgine Loacker, and Kathleen O’Brien.  Ability-Based Learning and Judicial Education: An Approach to Ongoing Professional Development.  East Lansing, MI: The Judicial Education Reference, Information and Technical Transfer Project (JERITT), 1998.
  • Morisey, Muriel.  “Liberating Legal Education from the Judicial Model.”  27 Seton Hall Legislative Journal 2 (2003): 231.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Nejelski, Paul.  “Symposium Seeks New Approach to Judicial Education.”  74 Judicature 2 (1990): 104. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Penrod, Earl G.  “Judicial Education in Indiana: An Overview and a Proposal for Change.”  40 Valparaiso University Law Review 2 (2006): 409. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Raftery, William E.  “Discipline or Focus: Court Administration Education Three Decades Later.”  26 Justice System Journal 2 (2005): 173. 
  • Renfrow, Joyce A.  Designing a Desired Future:  An Assessment of Clerical Training in the 52nd First Division District Court.  Williamsburg, VA: Institute for Court Management, 2003.                                                                                    
  • Romberger, Wanda.  Skills Training for Foreign Language Court Interpreters: Does it Increase the Number of Qualified Interpreters?  Williamsburg, VA: Institute for Court Management, 2007.                                                              
  • Saunders, Deborah. Virginia Juvenile Justice System Referrals: Have the 2002 ABA Recommendations Been Addressed? Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2011.
  • Scheiderer, Janet.  Assessment of Court Clerk Training Needs in Missouri: A Study to Determine What Court Clerks Need in a Training, Education and Professional Development Program.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1996. 
  • Stanzione, Dean B. A Comparative Review of the Lubbock County Adult Drug & DWI Courts. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2011.
  • Van Puymbroeck, Rudolf V.  Comprehensive Legal and Judicial Development: Toward an Agenda for a Just and Equitable Society in the 21st Century.  Washington, D.C.: World Bank, 2001.
  • Wallace, Clifford J.  “Globalization of Judicial Education.” The Yale Journal of International Law (2003): 355. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Waldrop, Karen and Maureen E. Conner.  Curriculum, Program, and Faculty Development: Managing People, Process, and Product.  East Lansing, MI: The Judicial Education Reference, Information and Technical Transfer Project (JERITT), 1994.
  • Wasby, Stephen.  “From the Benches and Trenches: Mini-Symposium on Court Administration Education.”  26 Justice System Journal 2 (2005): 162. 
  • White, Catharine M.  An Evaluation of the Judicial Branch Education Programming Response to Contemporary Court Challenges.  East Lansing, MI: The Judicial Education Reference, Information and Technical Transfer (JERITT) Project, 2005. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • White, Catharine M. and Maureen E. Conner.  Issues and Trends in Judicial Branch Education 2005.  East Lansing, MI: The Judicial Education Reference, Information and Technical Transfer (JERITT) Project, 2005. (Available in the NCSC Library.)

 
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Unit 5 – Resource Development

 
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Unit 6 – Program Management

  • Alabama Appellate Mediation Training Manual.  Montgomery, AL: Alabama Supreme Court, 2004. (Available in the NCSC.)
  • Arizona Judicial Branch Education.
  • Carter, Madeline M.  Collaboration: A Training Curriculum to Enhance the Effectiveness of Criminal Justice Teams: Instruction Manual.  Washington, D.C.: Center for Effective Public Policy, 2005 (Available in the NCSC Library.)                                             
  • Challenges and Solutions to Implementing Problem Solving Courts from the Traditional Court Management Perspective.  Washington, D.C.: American University, 2008. 
  • Choy, Si-Hung.  “Judicial Education: The Use of Court-Appointed Experts.”  47 UCLA Law Review 5 (2000): 1423.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Comprehensive Judicial Education Plan for Illinois 2007.  Illinois Courts. 
  • Conner, Maureen E. and William A. Anderson.  Mentoring in the Judiciary.  East Lansing, MI: The Judicial Education Reference, Information and Technical Transfer (JERITT) Project, 1992. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Fautsko, Timothy F. Courthouse Safety Training. Presentation given for the Court of Appeal of Maryland, Department of Emergency Preparedness & Court Security, 2009.
  • Florida Judiciary Education. 
  • Folberg, Jay and Karen E. Claus.  Dispute Resolution Education and Training: A Video Reference Guide.  Washington, D.C.: National Institute for Dispute Resolution, 1991.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Garofalo, Cherie. The Impact of Coordinating Multiple Criminal Cases in the Multiple Court Sites of Orange County Superior Court. Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2011.         
  • Gonzalez, Lizabeth and John G. Richardson.  Judicial Mentoring: Starting, Organizing, and Sustaining a Program for Mentoring Persons of Color to the Bench.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1997.                      
  • Hewitt, William E. and John G. Richardson.  Managing Language Problem: A Court Interpreting Education Program for Judges, Lawyers, and Court Managers.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 1997.   
  • Judicial Education on Substance Abuse:  Promoting and Expanding Judicial Awareness and Leadership.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2003. 
  • Judicial Workload Assessment Guide: A Comprehensive Guide to the Judgeship Process for Georgia Superior Courts.  Atlanta, GA: The Administrative Office of the Courts, 2008.              
  • Jury Bailiff Policy, Procedure and Training Manual for Wisconsin Circuit Courts.  Milwaukee, WI:  Wisconsin Committee of Chief Judges, 2006.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Kuban, Gerald B.  Human Resources in Courts.  Williamsburg, VA: National Center for State Courts, 2001.                                                            
  • Mentor Judge Manual.  San Francisco, CA: Judicial Council of California, Administrative Office of the Courts Education Division, 2009.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Robinson, Dianne and Margot C. Lindsay. Volunteers: How to Find, Train and Manage Them.  Washington, D.C.: The Center for Community Corrections, 2000. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Rodda, Kip.  Improving Recruitment and Retention at the Municipal Court of Seattle: Creating a Two Year Plan.  Williamsburg, VA: Institute for Court Management, 2001. 
  • Simon, Stephen M. and Maury S. Landsman.  “Judicial Ethics and Simulation Based Training.”  28 Valparaiso University Law Review 2 (1994): 647.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Stiegel Lori A.  Elder Abuse in the State Courts: Three Curricula for Judges and Court Staff.  Washington, D.C.: American Bar Association, 1997. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Wagenknecht-Ivey, Brenda J. et al.  Strategic Planning Mentoring Guidelines: Practical Tips for Court Leaders.  Denver, CO:  Center for Public Policy Studies, 2000. 
  • Waldrop, Karen and Maureen E. Connor.  Curriculum, Program, and Faculty Development: Managing People, Process, and Product.  East Lansing, MI: The Judicial Education Reference, Information and Technical Transfer (JERITT) Project, 1994. (Available in the NCSC Library.)
  • Workshop for Judges of the Eighth and Tenth Circuits.  Santa Fe, NM: Federal Judicial Center, 2005.  (Available in the NCSC Library.)


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