Released on Tuesday, June 15, 2021.
Long days of travel, strange hotels, and strange food. Yes, international assignments can include all of these. But it can also afford the opportunity to make real change and create real change in yourself. This month we are talking to folks who have engaged in international rule of law assignments. In Russia, Ukraine, Serbia, Vietnam, and the South Pacific; these folks have been in countries around the world.
We’re asking questions about international work. Did the folks on assignment make a difference? What were the political and cultural hurdles they had to overcome? Do you need to know the language to go on assignment? What takeaways do these folks have for the rest of us?
- Michele Oken, Chair of NACM’s International Committee
- Jeffrey Apperson, Vice President of the National Center for State Courts’ International Division
Our panel today includes:
- Norman Meyer, CourtLeader contributor with 38 years of experience as a trial court administrator in the U.S. federal and state courts
- Pam Harris, State Court Administrator for the Maryland Court System
- Pamela Ryder-Lahey, Court Management Consultant with 41 years’ experience and most recently Chief Executive Officer for the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
- John Cipperly, Senior Program Manager with the International Division of the National Center for State Courts
- Janet Cornell, Court Consultant with over 35 years of experiences with both general and limited jurisdiction courts.
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