Comprehensive Judicial Education Plan for Illinois Judges
II. Judicial Education Programs
B. JUDICIAL EDUCATION CREDIT FOR ATTENDEES
1. The award of participant credit hours for attendance at any judicial branch education program shall be determined by the use of a standard calculation-one hour of participant credit for one hour of instructional time.
2. The number of credit hours awarded for attendance at a non-Judicial Conference education program shall equal the number of credit hours awarded by the sponsoring organization for continuing judicial education. If the sponsoring organization has not awarded continuing education hours, the Committee on Education shall determine, subject to approval by the Supreme Court or its designee, the number of credit hours to be awarded.
C. JUDICIAL EDUCATION CREDIT FOR TEACHING
Illinois judges and retired judges who serve as faculty for judicial education programs shall receive judicial education credit for both their preparation time and instruction time as noted below:
1. Judicial Conference and Non Judicial Conference Courses: Illinois judges
who instruct at judicial branch education programs shall be credited with
three (3) credit hours per instructional hour of presentation or facilitation.
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