The North Carolina Judicial College was founded in 2005 to expand the education and training the School of Government has provided for judicial branch officials since the 1930s. Judicial College funding has enabled the School to provide more courses for a growing court system and to offer training in small group, interactive educational settings.
Our latest annual report, which we recently distributed to judicial officials in hard copy form, highlights our work and the additions to our faculty over the last fiscal year. We though you might want to check it out.
Not surprisingly, most of our instruction in 2020 and the first half of 2021 was delivered virtually. We connected with our audience through webcams and on-line platforms. Nevertheless, those connections remained strong. Nearly 3,000 participants attended our programs, and we continued to publish and advise about laws and procedures central to the administration of justice.
Thank you to the Judicial Branch officials we are privileged to serve and to our partners at the Administrative Office of the Courts for supporting our work.