Judicial Selection in the District of Columbia

On October 13, join the WBA for a special panel on how to become a judge in DC! A reception will follow the event.

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WASHINGTON BAR ASSOCIATION

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER SERIES

“JUDICIAL SELECTION IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA”

PANEL DISCUSSION ON HOW TO BECOME A JUDGE PANELISTS:

  • Honorable Emmet G. Sullivan, Judicial Nomination Commission Chair
  • Honorable Eric T. Washington, Chief Judge, DC Court of Appeals
  • Honorable Rhonda Reid Winston, Associate Judge, Superior Court of the District of Columbia
  • Natalie O. Ludaway, Esq., Chief Deputy Attorney General, DC Office of the Attorney General, and Judicial Nomination Commission Committee Member
  • Moderator: Katherine L. Garrett, Esq., Judicial Nomination Commission Executive Director

October 13, 2016 6:30 pm—8:30 pm

Reed Smith LLP 1301 K Street, Washington, DC 20005

The panel will answer questions of the public who aspire to be judges, who contemplate applying for future judicial vacancies, or who desire information about how judges are nominated and appointed to the District of Columbia courts.

The panel will discuss pathways to the bench, the day–to-day work of a judge, and the various divisions In which a judge might serve. The panel will also describe the rewards of public service from the perspective of a judicial officer.

Hosted by the District of Columbia Judicial Nomination Commission For more information or to RSVP contact Carl Turpin, cturpin@igc, Eric Glover, ericsglover@gmail.com; or Ryan Jones, ryanmjones4@gmail.com

 

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The Washington Bar Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to member professional development and to supporting the African American and underserved communities in the Washington D.C. area.

The objectives and purposes of the Association are: to improve, benefit and protect the well-being of the legal profession and its members; to enhance the professional skills of its members; to encourage professional and citizenship responsibilities among the Membership; to encourage spiritual and moral values; to advance the science of jurisprudence and the administration of justice; to improve the standards of legal education; and, to encourage legal research and excellence consistent with the philosophy of Houstonian Jurisprudence.