The National Judicial College of Australia is Australia’s national judicial educator. Our purpose is to provide national leadership in judicial education, support the rule of law and strengthen judicial capacity and independence.
The National Judicial College of Australia (NJCA) provides ongoing professional development for judicial officers through the delivery of judge led programs that enhance judicial skills and performance. The NJCA applies best practice andragogy in the development and delivery of programs, ensuring our programs are interactive and dynamic.
The NJCA was established in May 2002 and is funded by contributions from the Commonwealth, State and Territory governments.
For more information about the NJCA, including the NJCA Constitution and Annual Reports, please visit the Resources page.
ANU College of Law
The ANU College of Law has a reputation for excellence in education, research and community outreach, offering a range of stimulating and practical programs to aspiring students of law, including established practitioners wishing to further their careers.
The NJCA and the ANU College of Law have a long-standing partnership built on shared objectives to lead and advance practical lifelong legal education.
The NJCA and the ANU College of Law deliver a biennial conference which brings together members of the judiciary, academics, policy makers and experts to consider legal and social issues and challenges. Please visit our Professional Development page for more information on this and other programs.