Writen by long time sitting judge of New York City and State courts, Hon. Gerald Lebovitz discusses the need for active judical wellness to sustain those sitting on the bench.
Taking a look at why judges and court personnel are at high risk for suffering the effects of vacarious trauma and what steps can be taken to both recognize it and to build resilience against it.
Discussion about the many sources of judical stress from the Courthouse News Service
Discussion of the many stressors the come with presiding over a court and the impact that this additional stress has on the family members of judges.
Unlike most state courts, federal judges are appointed for life. When should a federal judge retire?
"Kind of depressing that a woman needs to talk more like a man to be heard. Even when she is a judge."