How Do Judges Learn How To Be Fair? CJER!

By: Benjamin G. Shatz
– Daily Journal

In his latest column for Daily Journal, Manatt Appellate Partner Benjamin Shatz discussed the significant role of the Center for Judicial Education and Research (CJER) in providing essential educational training for judicial officers and court personnel.  

Shatz placed emphasis on the required training for judges in the areas of ethics and fairness. The CJER has the capabilities to provide such in-depth training with over 25 years of education expertise reflected in its library as well as resources to meet evolving educational needs. He wrote, “Judges do have Continuing Judicial Educational requirements. CJER oversees that, striving to ensure that judges have the education to perform their duties competently, efficiently, and fairly.” 

Daily Journal subscribers can read the full article here.  



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