The Education Services Division is comprised of several different committees and units, each with a different function and role in their service to the court community. Click the banner or text link for the division to go to that committee's home page. The Committee on Judicial Education and Training (COJET) assists the Arizona Supreme Court in developing educational policies and standards for the court system, and is responsible for monitoring the quality of educational programs, recommending changes in policies and standards, and approving guidelines for accrediting training programs.




Current Meeting

November 10, 2022 - 10a.m - 12 Noon

Location & Remote Access

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 965 9522 4304

Passcode: 666481

1 602 753 0140  

Agenda and Materials


Future Meetings


Committee Staff
Committee Assistant
Jeff Schrade (602) 452-3000
Jenifer Grubbe (602) 452-3006



The Judicial Staff Education Committee's (JSEC) work includes development of suggested curricula and training resources for 17 major job categories of court personnel.  JSEC partners with a network of over 100 statewide training coordinators to ensure quality continuing education through regional programs, statewide webcasts, synchronous instructor lead online training, faculty training, application of accreditation standards and annual compliance reporting.

This page contains the information for the upcoming JSEC meeting, meeting minutes from past JSEC meetings and the current membership list. If you wish to attend the meeting or modify your attendance status press the Attend button. All meetings are held at the Judicial Education Center (JEC) and are generally scheduled from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. unless otherwise announced.






Call-in Information 



 Future Meetings: 

To be determined

Committee Staff:
Renu Sapra 602-452-3015
 Committee Assistant: Jenifer Grubbe 602-452-3006




The Court Leadership Institute of Arizona (CLIA) is dedicated to providing quality education programs for Arizona court leaders and emerging leadership. CLIA establishes resources for succession planning by developing curriculum and programs for Arizona judicial branch employees from introduction to supervision through executive leadership.   Training sponsored by CLIA serves all state court jurisdictions and probation departments.

CLIA Meetings

This page contains the information for the upcoming CLIA meeting, meeting minutes from past CLIA meetings and the current membership list. If you wish to attend the meeting or modify your attendance status, use the form below to register. 



Date/Time November 4, 2022 - 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Judicial Education Center

3003 N. Central Ave., 5th Floor, Phoenix, AZ 85012


Conference Call-in/WebEx

Meeting ID: 932 4801 0564
Passcode: 442008

Future Meetings: TBD
Committee Staff Gabe Goltz, (602) 452-3033
Committee Assistant Sarah Kennedy, (602) 452-3027


The Judicial College of Arizona  (JCA) is responsible for the development, implementation, and administrative oversight of the training of Arizona’s judicial officers, as well additional educational programs which support Arizona’s judicial branch.  The JCA is governed by a Board and is staffed by the Education Services Division of the Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC). The Board is led by a dean and an associate dean, and is composed of judges from all varieties of state courts, as well as members representing the educational community and public.

JCA Board Meetings

The JCA Board holds quarterly public meetings to review evaluations of the past programs, assess the status of programs in development, and implement planning for future programs. The Board also discusses current trends in judicial training, explores opportunities for partnerships with external partners, and analyzes the training implications for changes in judicial branch policies and direction. 



Date/Time December 9, 2022 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.

JEC: 3003 N. Central Ave. Suite 500, Phoenix, AZ.


Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 956 5177 8655

Passcode: 310776

1 602 753 0140



Future Meetings 

Committee Staff Gabe Goltz  (602) 452-3033
Committee Assistant Jenifer Grubbe (602) 452-3006 

The Committee on Probation Education (COPE)  is responsible for assisting the Arizona Supreme Court in the development, adoption and oversight of curriculum and faculty for probation officers and juvenile detention officers to enhance competency and continuity of knowledge and practice.  COPE membership includes leadership from adult and juvenile departments, law enforcement, judges, public members and AOC directors.




March 7, 2023 (Zoom meeting)
May 9, 2023 (Zoom Meeting - EnE Vote 10:30-11am)
August 8, 2023 (Zoom meeting)
November 7, 2023 (Zoom meeting)


 Time:   9am-11am
 Location: Virtual via Zoom
Remote Access:

Zoom (email Michelle Wessels for more information)

Committee Staff: Holly Burdine (602) 452-3025
Committee Assistant: Michelle Wessels (602) 452-3010

  COPE Report

Persons with a disability may request a reasonable accommodation, such as auxiliary aids or materials in alternative formats, by contacting Michelle Wessels at [email protected] or (602) 452-3010.  A person requesting an accommodation should make the request as early as possible to allow time to arrange the requested accommodation.







February 14, 2023
June 6, 2023
September 19, 2023                                                                         


Time: 10:00am-12:00pm
Location: 3003 N. Central Ave. 5th Floor
Phoenix, AZ 85012
Remote Access:

 Zoom (email Michelle Wessels or Deneen Bertucci for more information)

Parking: Validations provided for Phoenix Corporate Tower Parking Garage
Committee Staff: Deneen Bertucci (602) 452-3005
Committee Assistant: Michelle Wessels (602) 452-3010


 Meeting Materials:

 Meeting Minutes