The Judicial Ethics Education Project trains trial judges to be aware of ethical issues that arise in the trial process. The goal of the project, which employs case simulations that raise ethical and management issues requiring immediate attention during the course of a trial, is to provide sitting judges with a basis on which to make similar decisions during trials.
Stephen M. Simon & Maury S. Landsman,
Judicial Ethics Simulation Based Training,
58 Law and Contemporary Problems
Available at: http://scholarship.law.duke.edu/lcp/vol58/iss3/24