Honorable Anthony A. Mozingo of Miss. earns General Jurisdiction Trial Skills Certificate at The National Judicial College

Published 7:00 am Saturday, June 7, 2014

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RENO, NV – The National Judicial College (NJC) is pleased to announce that the Honorable Anthony A. Mozingo of the 15th Circuit Court District in Purvis, Mississippi, has earned the General Jurisdiction Trial Skills certificate and is a candidate for the Master’s Degree in Judicial Studies.

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The Professional Certificate in Judicial Development is an innovative program designed for judges who want to concentrate their studies in a focused academic area. The certification is a hallmark of study that complements existing degrees. Judges who earn Certificates in Judicial Development achieve a higher level of judicial expertise, skill and knowledge. The National Judicial College offers certification in the following specialized areas: Administrative Law Adjudication Skills, Dispute Resolution Skills, General Jurisdiction Trial Skills, Special Court Trial Skills and Tribal Judicial Skills.

The National Judicial College was founded in 1963 and is the nation’s leading provider of judicial education. The NJC is housed in a state-of-the-art building on the historic 255-acre campus of the University of Nevada, Reno. For over 50 years, the NJC has been offering courses to improve judicial productivity, challenge current perceptions of justice and inspire judges to achieve judicial excellence. With courses held onsite, across the nation and around the world, the NJC offers an average of 90 courses annually with more than 4,000 judges enrolling from all 50 states, U.S. territories and more than 150 countries.

The NJC is also home to the National Tribal Judicial Center and an International Program. The College’s curricula include a Seminar Series, made up of courses that provide judges the opportunity to study diverse and interesting topics at historically and culturally rich locations across the United States. Web-based courses are also offered enabling participants to explore a variety of subject areas online.

The National Judicial College has an appointed 18-member Board of Trustees and became a Nevada not-for-profit (501)(c)(3) educational corporation on January 1, 1978. Please visit the NJC website at www.judges.org for NJC news or, call (800) 25-JUDGE for more information.