Procedural Justice is a concept that addresses practical ways to address the public’s perception of the court system. This program looks at how the four key elements of voice, neutrality, respect, and understanding can be effectively communicated in municipal courts, while maintaining the court’s authority. Offered in conjunction with the North Texas Chapter of the Texas Court Clerks Association. Designed for judges, prosecutors, and court support personnel. Court security officers may attend as a part of a team. This program will count for 4 hours of continuing education, 3 hours of CLE, and 2 hours of ethics. There is no fee for this training.
Registration begins at 9:00 A.M.
Breakfast and Lunch will be provided, however, hotel accommodations will not. If hotel is needed, please click link below for available accommodations near the Hurst Conference Center.
Registration may be completed at the TMCEC website https://register.tmcec.com
For Additional information please refer to the flyer below.
Procedural Justice Broch.pdf