JCJ College

2017-college-application

In the fall of 2006, the Texas Justice Court Judges Association (JCJA) formed an honorary society for Texas justices of the peace who desire advanced education and who should be recognized for that endeavor. 

This society is known as the College of Justice Court Judges and will recognize each year those justice court judges who receive at least (10) hours of accredited education above their mandatory certification requirements. These judges are among the best educated and knowledgeable justices of the peace in the state and will be awarded diplomas suitable for framing in acknowledgment of their endeavors.

Special recognition as a “Distinguished Member” is given those member judges who acquire thirty (30) hours or more above their mandatory requirements. 

Those Judges who acquire at least sixty (60) hours above their mandatory requirements are our “Scholar Members” and receive a one-year complimentary membership, for the judge of their choice, into the Texas Justice Court Judges Association.

We’ve had an overwhelming response to the College for the last six years and have proudly awarded over 647 diplomas to judges from all over the state. 

JCJ College Awards Banquet – Prior Photos 

 


The mission of the College is to:

  • Recognize and encourage justice court judges who desire to maintain and enhance their judicial skills and the quality of service to their constituents by significant voluntary participation in judicial education.
  • Sponsor and assist in educational activities of significant merit, relevance and applicability to justice court judges.
  • Promote the educational opportunities of the College among justice court judges and the general public.
  • Recognize and encourage outstanding service by Justice Court judges.


For additional information, contact Judge Greg Magee at college@tjcja.org , Coordinator of the JCJ College. For admission requirements and applications, click the following links: Admission Requirements Core Curriculum

2017 College Application