** NOTE: This course is a face-to-face classroom event and REGISTRATION is only for court staff attending at the State Courts building. If you are a court staff member at a court other than the State Courts building please contact your Training Coordinator for local training opportunities and registration information. **
Arizona Historical Cases
Instructor: Jeff Schrade
Venue: Supreme Court Building, Room 345 A/B
Time: 1:15 p.m. - 2:45 p.m.
1.5 hours of COJET (Annual Core: Arizona Court Systems accredited)
Each year, the Committee on Judicial Education and Training (COJET) sponsors a video broadcast program of relevance and application to our statewide judiciary. The most recent program is a partnership with the Arizona Humanities Council bringing together three of the state’s premiere historians to discuss nine historical Arizona court cases. Participants of this session will view video vignettes describing four of historical Arizona cases, some infamous and some obscure, and then engage other staff in a facilitated discussion about the cases. By comparing and contrasting the justice system of yesterday to current court processes, we can learn a great deal about how procedural justice in our state has evolved to its current state, and how the daily work of court staff strengthens the administration of justice for all Arizonans.
Materials will be posted here closer to program date.