Leaders of the California Judges Association have voted unanimously to oppose a proposal that would force their members back into the classroom.
After a Friday closed-door meeting, the executive board issued a statement Saturday calling the Judicial Council’s efforts to improve “professional competence” by enacting continuing education requirements “laudable and proper.”
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