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Ethics and the Court Employee

3 Course items

The Illinois Judicial Branch Non-Judicial State-Paid Employee Code of Conduct

The Illinois Judicial College offers this eLearning ethics course for the benefit of all state-paid, non-judicial employees of the Illinois Judicial Branch.  The seven module course explores the Illinois Judicial Branch, Non-Judicial State-Paid Employee Code of Conduct for non-judicial employees through the use of video scenarios, thought-provoking questions and interactive exercises, illustrative of ethical considerations encountered by staff.

Credit:  1 hour

Learning Objectives:

As a result of this course, I will be able to:

1. Describe conduct governed by the Illinois Judicial Branch, Non-Judicial State-Paid
    Employee Code of Conduct.


2. Recognize the difference between ethical and unethical conduct as it is defined in the
    Illinois Judicial Branch, Non-Judicial State-Paid Employee Code of Conduct.

3. Serve the Judicial Branch in a manner consistent with the provisions of the
     Illinois Judicial Branch, Non-Judicial State-Paid Employee Code of Conduct.

This training resulted from an agreement between the Administrative Office of the Illinois Courts and the National Center for State Courts, on behalf of the Supreme Court of Illinois, and was funded by grant number SJI-15-E-033 from the State Justice Institute. The original course has been adapted to a web-based format as a Supreme Court of Illinois Judicial College Course for non-Judicial, Judicial Branch Employees. The points of view expressed are those of the Administrative Office of the Illinois Courts and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the State Justice Institute or the National Center for State Courts.  For questions related to course content, please contact Christina M. Webb, Assistant Director, Human Resources, Administrative Office of the Illinois Courts, cwebb@illinoiscourts.gov.