JAF October Seminar

The Judicial Fellows returned to Sacramento at the end of October for the first field seminar and assorted Capital Fellows activities.  The fellows took part in a number of exciting tours, talks and events while in town including a behind-the-scenes tour of the California Archives (home to the original state constitution), an in-depth exploration of the Federal Court including a conversation with Judge Shubb, court observation and a tour of the US Marshall’s office.  The group also joined the Executive, Senate and Assembly fellows for a day of team building, professional development and fun.

The archives are home to fascinating collections of state history. During the tour fellows gather around a book containing old booking photos from San Quentin State Prision in the late 1800's.
The archives are home to fascinating collections of state history. During the tour fellows gather around a book containing old booking photos from San Quentin State Prision in the late 1800’s.
Judicial, Executive, Senate and Assembly fellows participate in morning activities focused on team and relationship building among the class.
Judicial, Executive, Senate and Assembly fellows participate in morning activities focused on team and relationship building among the class.
Working as a team, without verbal communication, Judicial Fellows built one of the tallest free standing structures during the morning team building activities.
Working as a team, without verbal communication, Judicial fellows built one of the tallest free standing structures during the morning team building activities.