The National Judicial College
recently recognized Associate Provost and Dean Linda L. Ammons
with an award for her twenty years of service to the organization.
Widener Law's Delaware campus recently hosted the NJC for an Advanced Administrative Law Seminar from June 10th through the 13th, and Ammons once again served as one of the instructors for the four-day course. The course provided a comprehensive look at federal and state administrative law with an emphasis on evidentiary, due process, and other constitutional developments, ethics, and court procedures.
Ammons, who has served as a member of the NJC’s faculty since 1993, was honored at the conclusion of the course on the afternoon of Thursday, June 13th. Two other faculty members who helped teach the seminar were also honored for reaching milestones in their service.
Founded in 1963, the National Judicial College is located on the University of Nevada’s Reno campus. Run by an 18-member Board of Trustees, the National Judicial College became a Nevada not-for-profit educational corporation on January 1, 1978. The National Judicial College’s faculty consists of judges, lawyers, and legal professionals with national and international experience.
In addition to Dean Ammons, Professor James R. May
and Associate Professor Jules Epstein
serve as National Judicial College faculty.
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