TJCTC's Live Webinars are online events where participants will watch an instructor online deliver live training at a particular time.
Webinars are created due to generous grants from the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals & the Texas Department of Public Transportation.
Webinars are classes held in real-time. Instructors take questions from the audience during the event.
Recordings are posted videos of past webinars which you can watch for credit at your convenience. Visit our recordings for credit page for more information.
Registration for live webinars is emailed out 1 - 2 weeks before each event. You must register to attend and registration fills up fast.
Don't worry - we send out the webinar recordings and handouts the next day after a webinar so you can still watch and gain credit.
Participants can ask questions and interact in real time during the webinar through webinar software. We will explain how to do this at the beginning of each webinar. Also, you can always post a question on our legal board.
FY21 Live Webinars
Hot Topic Live Webinar Series
Hot Topic webinars will pop up when sudden issues arise that affect justice courts. This series of webinars will allow judges, constables, and court personnel the opportunity to ask a question to a TJCTC staff attorney.
Diversity, Fairness, and Access Webinar Series
Justice court touches the lives of many citizens throughout the state of Texas and their experience can directly affect their trust and confidence in justice in Texas. This series of webinars will lead participants through discussions on how justices of the peace and court personnel can understand and expand upon diversity, fairness, and access in Texas justice courts.
The Future is Now Webinar Series
Self-driving cars? Machines that make predictions? Computers that can process information billions times faster than humans? Futuristic technology isn’t just found in science fiction novels anymore – it may be landing in a justice court or constable office near you! Join us for a series of discussions with outside experts on how issues surrounding cutting edge tech such as autonomous vehicles and bail algorithms may end up in justice court.