The Duke Law Center for Judicial Studies administers several distinct programs, all aimed at improving the administration of justice by focusing on the study and exploration of the judicial process. The Center brings together judges, practitioners, teachers, and key government officials to achieve a better understanding of the judiciary and to generate improvements in the administration of justice.
Each program is separately administered and funded. The Master of Judicial Studies program is supported by an endowment created by The Duke Endowment. The Appellate Judicial Education Institute is funded by event registration fees and gifts from sponsors. The Duke Conferences are funded by registration fees. Judicature is funded by subscriptions and sponsorships. EDRM is funded by sponsorships and memberships. For more information on each program, including leadership, events, and program details, please visit each program’s website.