My last Vantage Point blog post unfortunately contained an error that I need to correct. In that post I used the acronym “ROLI” for the Rule of Law Index produced by the World Justice Project. The people at the American Bar Association have kindly pointed out that the acronym ROLI (or ABA ROLI) is generally associated with the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative, a section of the ABA’s Center for Global Programs. ROLI has been promoting justice, economic opportunity, and human dignity through the rule of law for more than 30 years in over 100 countries and continues to do great work. I regret the error, have corrected it in my original blog post and added a comment to my associated LinkedIn post about the error.
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After 38 years as a trial court administrator in the state and federal courts in the U.S., Norman continues to write, teach, and otherwise participate in judicial administration activities world-wide. In particular, he is active in the International Association for Court Administration (IACA) as an Advisory Board member and past Regional Vice President, in the National Association for Court Management (NACM) as a Past President (having received NACM's Award of Merit), and as an Associate of the Justice Speakers Institute. Norman has extensive experience working on international Rule of Law projects, particularly in the Russian Federation, Serbia, Ukraine, Moldova, and Albania. Norman is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of New Mexico (Political Science and Russian Studies), and he received the Master of Science in Judicial Administration from the University of Denver College of Law. View all posts by Norman Meyer (He-Him)
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