|Domestic Violence Training for Judges in Rural and Tribal Courts
||Federal grant funding provided for development of this curriculum for a one-day training program for state and tribal court judges on domestic violence in the civil courts. Two new chapters for the Domestic Violence Manual for Judges were completed in 1999. Audio tape and CD-ROM versions of the Manual were distributed to judges in 2000.
|Planning for a Local Domestic Violence Summit: Organizing a Coordinated Community Response
||The purpose of this manual is to allow easy replication of the local domestic violence summit model - so more communities can use this approach to strengthen their efforts to effectively and comprehensively address domestic violence. The manual explains the structural steps required to plan and execute a successful summit and provides examples of formats, materials and products that can be customized for a community's use. A short video is available to accompany the manual.
|Domestic Violence Summit I - Final Report and Action Plan Status Report
||This report describes the first Washington State Summit on Domestic Violence. The six-month follow-up report includes the action plans implemented by Summit participants.
|Domestic Violence: Challenges and Solutions in Washington - Video
||This short video was prepared for and shown at the Domestic Violence Summit, 1995. It contains interviews with Washington State legislators, judges, service providers, victims and a batterer who discuss what they see as the challenges and solutions to the problems of domestic violence in our state.
|Overcoming Gender Bias in the Courts
||Workshop materials prepared for presentations to state court managers and at the annual conference of the National Association for Court Management.
|Gender Bias in the Legal Profession - Breaking the Glass Ceiling
||Workshop materials were prepared for Washington Women Lawyers & the Gender & Justicee Implementation Committee.
|Domestic Violence Curriculum Manual
||A comprehensive Domestic Violence Curricula developed after conducting a need assessment of judges, court personnel, and advocates. Curriculum Manuals were distributed to constituent group Education Committees.