The Economics Institutes for Judges–the JEP's flagship program– focused on fundamental issues that often are at the heart of legal disputes. Over two weeks of intensive classroom lectures and discussion, judges are given a solid grounding in economics, finance, and scientific method. The practical relevance of these disciplines is then examined by analyzing numerous cases.
Judicial Symposia are offered to alert judges to emerging challenges in substantive legal matters. Analysis of current legal and public policy issues are presented in lectures and balanced debates over two days.
Advanced Law & Economics Institutes provide in-depth exposure to special topics for graduates of the Economcis Institutes. This advanced programming includes an annual institute on antitrust law and economics, the educational segment of the Annual Meeting of the American College of Business Court Judges, Case Analysis Seminars, as well as institutes on other topics such as "Environmental Economics" and "Forensic Statistics."