The Judicial Education Reference, Information and Technical Transfer (JERITT) Project began in 1989 as a collaborative endeavor supported by the State Justice Institute (SJI 91-008), the National Association of State Judicial Educators (NASJE), and the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University. Its mission was to advance the knowledge base, skills, and best practices of continuing professional education for judges and court personnel. JERITT met its mission through maintaining data collection of judicial branch education programming from all fifty states, national and federal education providers, and several international court education and training organizations. The data was available in publications as well as through online databases. JERITT’s publication series addressed the fundamental theories, methods, and models of the field of adult continuing education and its application to judicial branch education. Though the database services are no longer maintained, the JERITT monographs remain a staple for educators in the judiciary. All past and current publications are available for free download.
Dr. John Hudzik of Michigan State University and Dr. Dennis Catlin of Northern Arizona University founded JERITT. For additional Information contact Catharine White: firstname.lastname@example.org or 517-353-8603.
- Judicial Education Needs Assessment and Program Evaluation (JERITT Monograph One)
- Mentoring in the Judiciary (JERITT Monograph Two)
- Education for Development: Principles and Practices in Judicial Education (JERITT Monograph Three)
- Curriculum, Program, and Faculty Development: Managing People, Process, and Product (JERITT Monograph Four)
- Program Management: Managing Deadlines, Details, Activities, and People (JERITT Monograph Five)
- Education for Development: The Voices of Practitioners in the Judiciary (JERITT Monograph Six)
- Professional Education and Development of NASJE Members (JERITT Monograph Seven)
- Ability-Based Learning and Judicial Education: An Approach to Ongoing Professional Development (JERITT Monograph Eight)
- Claiming Status in an Emerging Occupation: A Study of State Judicial Education in America (JERITT Monograph Nine)
- The Courts and Judicial Branch Education: Creating Their Future in the New Millennium (JERITT Monograph Ten)
- Conducting Impact Evaluation for Judicial Branch Education (JERITT Monograph Eleven)Preparing Organizations for Distance Learning Technologies (JERITT Monograph Twelve)
- Developing a Court Leadership and Management Curriculum (JERITT Monograph Thirteen)
- An Evaluation of the Judicial Branch Education Programming Response to Contemporary Court Challenges (JERITT Monograph Fourteen)