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Court-Clergy Conference

Court/Clergy Conferences bring together religious leaders and judicial officers for a day-long structured dialogue about the justice system. Religious leaders benefit from increased knowledge about our justice system, especially about the criminal, juvenile, drug and family law courts, enhancing their ability to provide pastoral counseling to their congregations. Congregants often seek advice from their clergy when they are confronted with legal proceedings, for instance, when a family member is arrested. Yet religious leaders themselves often have little knowledge about our justice system.

The Court/Clergy Conferences are organized to provide information about the work of the Court to religious leaders of all faiths. The program accomplishes this through formal panel presentations; by providing informational handouts that religious leaders can use as references; by answering clergy’s questions raised during the conference; by socializing with the religious leaders during lunch and meeting breaks; and, finally, by arranging booths in the sign-up areas for other justice partners, such as the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) in Dependency court. The Court’s goal is to provide valuable information to religious leaders who, in turn, can provide that information to their congregants.

The Court has held eight Court/Clergy Conferences, with an average attendance of over 120 religious leaders.

If you need additional information, please contact the Court's Community Relations Office at

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