Office of Judicial Branch Education
It is essential to the public that judges and judicial branch employees continue their education in order to maintain and increase their professional competence, to fulfill their obligations under the Nebraska Revised Code of Judicial Conduct, and to ensure the delivery of quality judicial services to the people of the State of Nebraska. The Office of Judicial Branch Education is designed to provide in-house programming for court staff, probation, and judges with guidance from the Judicial Branch Education Advisory Committee and project leadership from each employee group within the Judicial Branch.
Nebraska Supreme Court Rule § 1-503 Required continuing judicial branch education, outlines minimum continuing education requirements for all Nebraska judges, clerks, probation officers and other branch employees bound by Judicial Branch Education Standards.
Judges and Court Staff
- Judges and employees of the Judicial Branch access education by logging into the court or probation intranet (those needing assistance with intranet username and password should contact their supervisor or clerk of court) and clicking on the Judicial Branch Education (JBE) button.
Individuals Who Serve Nebraska Courts
Judicial Branch Education is also tasked with providing education for attorneys in specific areas of the law and for certain individuals who serve the courts in a volunteer capacity or through appointment by the court. Attorneys, registered service providers, interpreters and citizens who volunteer as bailiffs in the courts, as well as others, may obtain the necessary education through the Judicial Branch Education ancillary website at www.jbeinstruction.org.
Attorneys With Specialized Duties
Others Who Serve Nebraska Courts
More information about the Office of Judicial Branch Education can be found on the Judicial Branch Publications and Reports webpage.
Judicial Branch Education
Nebraska Supreme Court
PO Box 98910
Lincoln, NE 68508