NAWJ

AcronymDefinition
NAWJNational Association of Women Judges
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Among these project partners in Florida are the Florida Association for Women Lawyers along with its various chapters throughout the state of Florida, the Constitutional Judiciary Committee of The Florida Bar, and NAWJ.
That new effort was also discussed at the Constitutional Judiciary Committee, where Pitts said the NAWJ program is a good fit with Benchmarks and can be adapted in each state to fit the specifics of its judicial system and method of selecting judges.
Judge Anna Blackburne-Rigsby, NAWJ president and a judge on the District of Columbia Court of Appeals, said, "Each day in American courts, thousands of judges preside over cases ranging from traffic offenses to tax and land disputes, child abuse, and murder.