Judicial College

Refer to the Judicial College 2020 Calendar for a complete list of courses, delivery modifications, and cancellations, as of Oct. 30, 2020.
NOTE: Judicial officers and attorneys are allowed up to 24 credit hours for live webinars and 12 credit hours for self-study online courses during a biennial compliance period. The Supreme Court of Ohio has waived these self-study caps for judicial officers and attorneys with the last names beginning with M-Z for the compliance period ending Dec. 31, 2020 and A-L for the reporting period ending Dec. 31, 2021.
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November Webinar Highlights
4 Cyberstalking and Elder Abuse
6 Evidence Based Practices to Reduce Recidivism with Sexual Offenders
12 Judicial Conduct: Getting Explicit About Implicit Bias and Afrocentric Facial Feature Bias in the Courtroom
13 Domestic Relations Fall Seminar
13 Judicial Transitions: Maintaining Smooth Court Operations During Change
18 Guardian ad Litem Continuing Education: Understanding Child Protective Services
18 Ethics for Clerks in 2020: What are the Right Choices?
20 The Basics of Eminent Domain

Go to the Judicial College 2020 Calendar for details and complete list of courses. Online courses are available 24/7.

The Supreme Court of Ohio Judicial College provides continuing legal and professional education for judges, magistrates, acting judges, and non-judicial court personnel to ensure the effective administration of justice for all Ohioans. In addition, the Judicial College offers education opportunities for guardians ad litem and guardians of adults. Working in partnership with all state judicial associations, the Judicial College provides continuing legal education for their members. The following is a list of the Judicial College Board of Trustees.

The Judicial College was created in 1976 and is governed by Gov. Jud. R. V. The College was initially established to provide educational programs and activities for Ohio judges. In 1988, the program was expanded to include magistrates (then known as referees), and in 1990 the College began to provide programs for non-judicial court personnel throughout the state.

40 Years of Excellence: the Supreme Court of Ohio Judicial College

2020 Course Catalog: Online & Live Course Offerings