Nevada State Judicial Department
Sec. § 3.027
Courses of instruction: General requirements; payment of costs.


1.

The Court Administrator shall, at the direction of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, arrange for the giving of instruction, at the National Judicial College in Reno, Nevada, or elsewhere:

(a)

In court procedure, recordkeeping and the elements of substantive law appropriate to a district court, to each district judge, other than a judge of the family court, who is first elected or appointed to office after October 1, 1995, within 12 months after taking office, and to other district judges who so desire and who can be accommodated.

(b)

In court procedure, recordkeeping and the elements of substantive law appropriate to a district court, to each judge of the family court who is first elected or appointed to office after October 1, 1995, within 24 months after taking office.

(c)

In statutory amendments and other developments in the law appropriate to a district court, to all district judges at convenient intervals.

2.

The costs of the instruction must be paid from the Account for Continuing Judicial Education. The Court Administrator shall administer the Account and claims against the Account must be paid as other claims against the State are paid.
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