Judicial Seminar Disclosure
The Judicial Conference adopted a private seminars disclosure reporting policy that requires educational program providers and judges to disclose certain information relevant to judges' attendance at privately-funded educational programs.
Any organization covered by the policy that issues an invitation to a federal judge to attend an educational program as a speaker, panelist, or attendee and offers to pay for or reimburse that judge, in excess of $305, must disclose financial and programmatic information.
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To view the Private Seminars Disclosure Reporting Policy, click here.
For an overview of the Privately Funded Seminars Disclosure System that describes how the systems works for judges, education program providers, and the public, click here.
To see answers to FAQs, click here.
To login to the Privately Funded Seminars Disclosure System, click here.
To see the report for the Eastern District of Kentucky, click here.