Judge Bridges honored for commitment to education

Friday, November 6, 2015

During a recent conference of the Indiana Judicial Center, 25 judicial officers were recognized by Indiana Supreme Court Chief Justice Loretta Rush for their commitment to higher education.

Among these was Putnam County Superior Court Judge Charles "Denny" Bridges, who received and Indiana Judicial College certificate.

A judicial officer must complete 120 hours of education presented by the Indiana Judicial Center to receive this certificate. The programs offered are designed for judicial officers to enhance their legal knowledge and improve their personal and professional development.

The Indiana Judicial Center serves as the state's judicial research and continuing judicial education agency. It develops and sponsors education programming for judges, probation officers and other court personnel. The Center works to enhance the performance of the judicial system as a whole by continuously improving the professional competence of judicial officers. For more information on the Judicial Center, visitcourts.in.gov/center.

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  • Way to go Judge Bridges!

    -- Posted by talkymom3 on Fri, Nov 6, 2015, at 12:08 PM
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