Managing high-conflict behaviours.
What are some of the best ways to manage challenging courtroom interactions – and respond to high-conflict behaviours?
Understanding ground rules and intermediaries.
When should you conduct a ground rules hearing? How should it be done? And what is the role of an intermediary?
Vicarious trauma, burnout and recovery.
Research has confirmed that vicarious trauma and burnout are occupational risks of judicial office.
Judicial ethics and public confidence.
Judicial officers face constantly evolving expectations to maintain exemplary behaviour in both their professional and private lives.
Managing the complexities of self-represented litigants.
Self-represented litigants are a diverse group. Some are adept at court procedures. Others are highly disorganised and display problematic behaviours.
Balancing the demands of judicial life.
Judicial work is meaningful and rewarding. It can also be complex, demanding and emotionally draining.