Inclusion Day Judicial Symposium September 15, 2017

The Inclusion Day Judicial Symposium, organized by the Council of Municipal Court Judges and the Judicial Council of Georgia Access, Fairness, Public Trust and Confidence Committee, is a statewide training for judges in all classes of courts: Superior, State, Magistrate, Municipal, Probate and Juvenile. 

 The Symposium will provide an overview on several different topics that impact judicial decision making, including implicit bias, court services to transgender individuals and court systems legal obligations based on the Americans with Disabilities Act. Confirmed speakers include Judge Latisha Dear-Jackson, Judge Rashida Oliver, Past CMuCJ President Leslie Spornberger Jones, Attorney William Goren, Attorney Francys Johnson, Attorney Beth Littrell, and Attorney Talley Wells. 

The Municipal Judges Training Council has approved the Symposium for 5 CJE hours.  Judges in other classes of court should check with their court’s training council.  For part-time judges, the Symposium has also been approved for 5 CLE hours, including 3 trial practice hours.  Please note that the cost of CLE credit hours is NOT included in the Symposium registration fee.

You may find a copy of the Symposium Agenda at the link here: Inclusion Day Judicial Symposium Agenda.

The symposium will be held live at the State Bar of Georgia's Headquarters and broadcast to the Tifton and Savannah State Bar locations. The registration fee is $30. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.

The Inclusion Day Symposium is organized and sponsored by the Judicial Council of Georgia’s Access, Fairness, Public Trust and Confidence Committee staffed by the Administrative Office of the Courts and the Council of Municipal Court Judges.