IOJT 2022 is now open for proposals for presentations.

Please submit your proposal for presentations of no more than 20 minutes to iojt2022@nji-inm.ca by March 31, 2022.

CONFERENCE THEMES:

To be considered for IOJT 2022, presentations must address one of the following themes:

  • Innovative pedagogical techniques
  • Using technology for effective judicial training
  • Teaching judges about vulnerable populations
    • Poverty
    • Race
    • Gender
    • Indigenous
    • Vulnerable judges
    • Other vulnerable population
  • Teaching judges about other legal orders, or working in a bi- or multijural setting
  • Lessons learned from training through a pandemic
  • Teaching on violence against women and children
  • Teaching on balancing civil liberties and health imperatives
  • Working with community members in teaching judges
  • Human trafficking

Presenters whose proposals are accepted will be invited to participate on panels with other similarly themed presentations.

These panels will either be plenary panels—delivered to the entire gathering of participants—or they will be concurrent panels, with participants choosing which one they would like to attend.

Please note that the panels will be designed to ensure time for questions and comments.

Papers, overviews, checklists, PowerPoints, etc., may be submitted to accompany presentations. Any materials for distribution or projection should be submitted in English.

HOW TO SUBMIT:

Please submit your presentation proposals to: iojt2022@nji-inm.ca

The deadline for submission is March 31, 2022.

The topics and presenters will be chosen by the IOJT 2022 Program Content and Program Design Subcommittee.

LANGUAGE:

IOJT 2022 will have simultaneous interpretation for English, French, and Spanish available in the plenary room.  

Please note that simultaneous interpretation may not be available in the breakout rooms and, as such, presenters are strongly encouraged to use English for any presentations in the breakout rooms.

For any accompanying materials, such as papers, overviews, checklists, PowerPoints, etc., that may accompany presentations, we encourage you to submit these materials in English.