An inconclusive legal opinion released Thursday by the California Judges Association will probably disappoint members angry over a controversial proposal that would force judges back to the classroom.

Attorneys for Munger, Tolles & Olson, hired by the CJA, said in a 21-page memo that the Judicial Council appears to have the administrative authority to require judges to complete 30 hours of continuing education coursework every three years.

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