Life as a Judicial Fellow: photos of the 2016-17 class in action

Judicial Fellows at the State Capitol

The Judicial Administration Fellowship Program is one of FOUR Capital Fellows Programs run by the Center for California Studies at Sacramento State.  In addition to working full time in the Judicial Branch and participating in a graduate seminar in Public Policy and Administration, Judicial Fellows also have fun, explore all aspects of state government, interact with the other three fellowship programs, and build lifelong friendships and professional connections.

The class of 2016-17 is going full speed into the second half of the fellowship.  Fellows continue tackling major projects in placement such as researching and/or participating in the program development of different collaborative courts such as Veteran’s Treatment Court, DUI Court and Reentry Court, researching individual court policies and procedures, continued planning for Law Day events and other access to justice initiatives.

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