** NOTE: This REGISTRATION is only for court staff attending at the State Courts
building. If you are attending at a court other than the State Courts building please contact your local Training Coordinator for registration information. **
Venue: Supreme Court Building, Room 345 A/B
Time: 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Spend an hour with Judge Louis Frank Dominguez, Presiding Judge of Surprise City Court, as he leads an engaging and lively discussion focusing on the important roles that courts play in our society. Joining him will be judicial leaders from around the state, including Judge Maurice Portley (Court of Appeals – Division 1), Judge Karen Adam (Presiding Judge in Pima County Juvenile Court), Honorable Sue Hall (Clerk of the Court, Superior Court in Apache County), and Mr. Kendall Rhyne (Court Administrator and Chief Probation Officer, Superior Court in Gila County). The panel will discuss important issues like public expectations and perceptions of the court as well as the different kinds of leadership roles courts play in our communities. The panel will also explore how each of us can grow as leaders no matter what our position in the courts is.
Materials will be posted here closer to program date.