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Judicial Excellence Through Education


WELCOME, MEMBERS AND DELEGATES

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IOJT President
Eliezer Rivlin

As president of the International Organization for Judicial Training (IOJT), I want to thank you for participating in the 6th International Conference held in Washington, D.C., from November 3-7, 2013.

The IOJT was created in 2002 in a conference held in Jerusalem, in order to promote the rule of law by supporting the work of judicial training institutes around the world. IOJT facilitates cooperation and the exchange of information and knowledge among its member-institutes. Full remarks

NCSC President McQueen
NCSC President
Mary McQueen

The National Center for State Courts was honored to have been entrusted by the IOJT with the role of hosting the 2013 IOJT Conference in Washington, D.C., in November 2013.

The judicial officers and judicial branch education leaders in the United States were proud to exchange views, practices and experiences with you, our international partners. Full remarks.

Under the overall theme of judicial excellence the conference will focus on:

  • Leadership and Judicial Education
  • Judicial Skill Building
  • Technology and Judicial Education
  • Judicial Education and the Academy (Academic Community)
  • Judicial Education in Support of Justice System Reform, Independence, and Accountability

In addition the conference will include a Knowledge Fair, with displays by IOJT member organizations and by selected businesses that provide education technology products and services.

A summary of the summary agenda for the education program is available here.

Plenary sessions and concurrent sessions held in the plenary room will include simultaneous interpretation in English, French, and Spanish. Otherwise, English is the official language of the conference sessions.