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JEPJersey Evening Post (newspaper)
JEPJDK (Java Development Kit) Enhancement Proposal (Oracle)
JEPJournal of Economic Perspectives (Pittsburgh, PA)
JEPJeunesse Education Populaire (French: Youth Community Education)
JEPJournal of Experimental Psychology
JEPJournal of Educational Psychology
JEPJpeg Encode Parameter
JEPJournal of Electronic Publishing
JEPJewish Education Program
JEPJoint Exercise Program
JEPJudicial Education Program (various universities)
JEPJabber Enhancement Proposal (instant messaging)
JEPJava Expression Parser
JEPJob Exchange Program
JEPJournal of European Psychoanalysis
JEPJapan Federation of Electronic Parts Distributors and Dealers (Japan)
JEPJoint Emphasis Program
JEPJapan Economic Pulse Co., Ltd.
JEPJobs and Education Partnership Board (Florida)
JEPJustification for Emergency Procurement
JEPJersey Islands Pound (ISO currency code)
JEPJoint Error Probability
JEPJust Exactly Perfect
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For example, a judicial advisory committee in New York State concluded several years ago that judges may participate in a judicial education program dealing with land use issues that was sponsored and conducted by the National Judicial College, notwithstanding the fact that program expenses, including travel and lodging, would be paid by the College out of grant money provided by a non-profit trade association whose membership included home builders, contractors and others in the housing industry, some of whom were located in New York State: (190)
They are well equipped to continue the ongoing oversight of what many view as the premier state judicial education program in the nation today."
He has created, prepared, revised, and presented more judicial education programs than any other judge in Florida -- he's taught at least 100 judicial education programs.
(5) Indeed, her work applying adult education principles to judicial education programs has had a major impact on judicial education nationwide.
Eric Eisnaugle, R-Orlando, noted the bill identified employees who work on developing judicial education programs as administrative and who would fall under the bill's 15 percent limit on administrative expenditures.
Each judge and justice shall complete a minimum of 30 credit hours of approved judicial education programs every 3 years.
"I think Florida has a reputation nationally as having one of the best judicial education programs in the United States," Steinbeck said, adding that she became involved in conference leadership through its judicial education offerings.
They also, in the aggregate, can show legal administrators areas where additional judicial education programs could improve the overall court system.
Lubitz said that levy supports one of the country's best judicial education programs and gives Florida judges the background and training to operate efficiently.
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