Eight years after a popular summer training program for judges was canceled due to budget constraints, the judicial seminar has been revived with $3 million from the court system.

About 450 judges have signed up for the four-day program, which starts June 19 and will be repeated starting July 24. The seminar is open to all judges who are paid by the state; town and village court justices are not eligible.

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