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2021 Substance Abuse in the Court Community (J, SJ, CA, M/S, C)

(Recorded April 6, 2017)

This training was first offered on April 6, 2017. It has since been reaccredited by the CLE Board. The content remains the same. Viewers who previously watched the video and claimed CLE and Judicial Education credit are not eligible for additional credit.

Training Description: 

During this interactive session, Kay Engler, Esq., will discuss the meaning of addiction, how it affects those in the court and legal community, and those on the bench in particular. Ms. Engler will also help you explore questions such as, What are our duties to report substance abuse? What are we seeing on the bench? How do you handle certain situations that arise in and around your courtroom? Where do you get help and what more, if anything, needs to happen?

Faculty:

Kay Engler, Government Account Manager – Arizona and Nevada, Thomson Reuters

Who Should Attend: 

This course is designed for all judicial officers, quasi-judicial officers, and court staff. Note: Meets Core Competency "Judicial Office" (JO).

Continuing Education Credit: 

1.0 CLE/CJE SAM NOTE: CLE credit for this course is approved through March 4, 2024, and will then be stale dated.

Register:

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