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The committee also makes recommendations to the Governing Committee of the Center for Judicial Education and Research (CJER), proposals for the education and training of judicial officers and court staff.
Fiscal Impact/Resources: CJER Contact: Karene Alvarado☐ This project may result in an allocation or distribution of funds to the courts.
CJER has met the goal of providing distance education to all judicial branch audiences, and much of it is delivered via the educational satellite broadcast network.
Formed in 1973 as a joint enterprise of the Judicial Council and the California Judges Association, CJER supports the Chief Justice, the Judicial Council, and the courts by providing an extensive statewide educational program for judicial officers and court staff at both the trial and appellate levels.
Continental and United recommended that the FAA remove administrative activity from the definition and add a provision to the regulation that applies administrative duty to specific FDPs. ATA and Delta request that if the term is kept in the definition, the FAA should clarify that the definition treats management and labor-related administrative work in the same way.
PurposeThe development of alternative methods for delivery of education was established by the CJER Governing Committee as a strategic goal in the mid 1990s.
Judges Benchbook: Civil Proceedings-—Before Trial (CJER 2022) § 7.17, p.
By developing and supporting a wide and diverse faculty base, CJER has assured the branch that continuing education needs will be met by a collaborative, talented group of well trained faculty.
The committee also makes recommendations to the Center for Judicial Education and Research (CJER) Advisory Committee, proposals for the education and training of judicial officers and court staff.
This is essential for CJER to be able to meet rule and statutory requirements in years when a large number of new judicial officers require orientation while still being able to provide the continuing education that has been identified as essential for experienced judicial officers.