William & Mary Law School’s Center for Legal and Court Technology is launching a new "blended" e-learning professional development certification course, targeting professionals whose jobs intersect with the United States’ judicial system. The program will include both online learning as well as a three-day on-campus component. The goal, says Fredric Lederer, is to help non-lawyers obtain a basic knowledge of law and the U.S. legal system, without enrolling in law school. Lederer, who is chancellor professor and director of the school’s Center for Legal and Court Technology, will serve as the principal instructor of the program. Jeffrey Apperson, vice president, international, of the National Center for State Courts, will present a optional segment about the rule of law.
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