They range from nuts-and-bolts, new-employee orientations to a seminar that could easily be called “Judges 101.”
But all the training courses for new judges offered by various judicial groups come down to this — unraveling some of the mystery, and perhaps lessening the anxiety, for those coming to the bench for the first time.
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