Advisory Committee on the Judicial Family Network
The Advisory Committee on the Judicial Family Network exists to identify the needs and concerns of judicial families in Ohio and to offer a supportive network and educational opportunities to the spouses/partners and their families. The committee develops and presents programs to address issues judicial families may encounter and offers strategies for responding to the issues. The committee provides opportunities for spouses and partners of judges to meet and interact with one another in order to foster informal networks of support and communication. A resource contact program for the spouses/partners of new judges offers materials specific for new judicial families who are living their private lives in the public arena.
All meetings are held at the Thomas J. Moyer Ohio Judicial Center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Dec. 12, 2023
Articles & Slides
Children of Judges
- A Teenage Perspective
- Maura, Elizabeth, and Robert (last name withheld)
Judicial Family Ethics
Judicial Family Life
- Contributing to a Healthy Judiciary: One Spouse's Agenda
- Maryanna D. Klatt, Ph.D.
- Living with a Judge
- Fiona H. Travis, Ph.D.
- Put Your Marriage in Your In-Box
- Joe Shaub, Esq.
- The Mindful Lawyer: Mindfulness Meditation and Law Practice
- J. Patton Hyman, Esq.
- Learning by Living in a Judicial Family
- Family of Judge William A. Klatt
- Recovering From Campaign Activities-A Note to Judges
- Sue Strausbaugh
- You Want to Do What?
- William G. Jennings, Esq.
- On the Hustings
- John F. Burke, Ph.D.
- On the Road to Retirement
- Kirk Bloir
- Protecting the Homefront
- Hon. James R. Brandlin
- Protecting Your Personal Privacy
- Chicago Bar Association and John Marshall Law School
- My Story: Judge Michael J. Murphy
- Judge Michael J. Murphy
- Swearing-In Ceremony Do's and Don'ts
- Judge Stephen A. Wolaver
Resource Contact Program
Supreme Court of Ohio
65 South Front Street, 6th Floor
Columbus, Ohio 43215-3431