Continuing Judicial Education Seminar in Italy
The Civility Center for Law offers a retreat-like 7-day CJE seminar in Tuscany, Italy for judges. Connect with fellow judicial professionals as you discuss the challenges and opportunities that judges face. Learn from Washington State Supreme Court Justice Mary E. Fairhurst and President of the National Judicial College Hon. Benes Z. Aldana, among others.
Continuing Legal Education Seminar in Italy
Our next Civility for Justice CLE/CJE in Tuscany for legal professionals will return in spring of 2020. Revitalize your commitment to the profession during this unique seminar experience.
About the Civility Center for Law
Elevating the legal profession through civility
Civility is a set of attitudes, behaviors, and skills that call upon us to respect others, to remain open-minded, and to engage in honest and constructive discourse. Civility benefits businesses by creating satisfied clients and reducing costs. It benefits individuals by reducing stress and promoting healthy relationships.
Civility promotes a just and healthy society by de-escalating conflict and inspiring service as volunteers. We behave civilly by actively listening to others, by understanding our own biases and assumptions, and by treating others as we would like to be treated. In order to understand our inherent biases, we need to engage in difficult but necessary conversations about race, gender, otherness, and values.
Custom Programs for the Profession
The Civility Center for Law offers a wide range of custom CLE/CJE programming options for law firms, court staff, and other organizations of legal professionals. Our consultants collaborate with other professional development organizations and speak at their conferences and programs. In addition, we work with organizations to develop a custom program or training and provide all necessary documentation for CLE/CJE accreditation. View past programs »
Custom Programs for Law Schools
The Civility Center for Law offers custom programming for law schools. Our consultants offer services for law schools designed to increase civility and tailored for students, staff, faculty, and alumni.