TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Barry Kolar on Mar 18, 2014

Vanderbilt Law School and the Federal Judicial Center (FJC) are teaming up to provide mid-career training for federal judges. The first seminar will be offered this fall. Law school dean Chris Guthrie says the unique collaboration solidifies the school’s position as a center for the study of judges and judging. The first seminar will be led by FJC Director and U.S. District Judge Jeremy Fogel and Vanderbilt professor Terry Maroney, who said the program aims “to create space for them to reflect and recharge in a deep way, something their daily work pressures can make difficult.”