204 Pa. Code § 303 - Standards for Approved Courses or Activities

Current through Register Vol. 52, No. 16, April 16, 2022

(a) It is presumed that all judges are competent with respect to judicial practice. Courses or activities should be designed to enhance a judge's knowledge base.
(b) Continuing judicial education must, to the greatest extent possible, address the distinct educational needs of judges and should ordinarily be delivered to an audience consisting exclusively or primarily of judges.
(c) Applicants seeking approval for CJE credit must be able to demonstrate to the Board how the course or activity enhances a judge's judicial practice through judicial education.
(d) Under limited circumstances, the Board may approve credit for attending a continuing education course or activity intended for both judges and others. However, a provider or judge who seeks approval to designate a continuing education course or activity for CJE credit must be able to satisfy the Board as to (1) how such a course or activity enhances a judge's judicial practice through judicial education, and (2) why the course or activity is an appropriate exception to the general rule that CJE courses should be delivered exclusively or primarily to judges.

Notes

204 Pa. Code § 303
Adopted by Pennsylvania Bulletin, Vol 50, No. 10. March 7, 2020, effective 3/7/2020

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