Besides attending judicial conferences, what other kinds of judicial education credits count toward the General Rule (GR) 26 continuing judicial education (CJE) requirements?

Judicial education programs sponsored by the Washington State Board for Court Education (BCE) or other recognized judicial education providers are presumptively credited on an hour-for-hour basis.  The standards under General Rule (GR) 26 also provide continued judicial education (CJE) credit for teaching, published judicial/legal writing, self study, institutional visits, and other continuing professional education programs (such as Bar Association CLEs) on a case-by-case basis.

Forms for judicial officers to use to submit requests for credit are located on the Continuing Judicial Education page of the Washington Courts Web site.

See also Answer ID: How do I track and report my CJE credits?

See also Answer ID: Can I view my Continuing Judicial Education (CJE) credit status online?

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