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NJEP’s resources are utilized by judges, court personnel, prosecutors, law enforcement, victim advocates, probation departments, law professors and others.

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These curricula, available for purchase, include hundreds of pages of material for educators.

These free online curricula are available for download and consist of a Power Point presentation with suggested commentary, a faculty manual, exercises and handouts.

  • Intimate Partner Sexual Abuse: The Hidden Dimension of Violence (link-change to new link)
  • Elder Victims of Sexual Abuse (new link)
  • Interpreters in Adult Victim Sexual Assault Cases (new link)
  • Jury Selection and Decision Making in Adult Victim Sexual Assault Cases (new link)
  • Women in Drug Treatment Courts: Sexual Assault as the Underlying Trauma (new link)
  • The Challenges of Adult Victim Sexual Assault Cases: Materials For New Judges (new link)
  • Raped or “Seduced?” How Language Helps Shape Our Response to Sexual Violence
  • The Intersection of Stalking and Sexual Assault (link)


NJEP’s Web Course provides current interdisciplinary research from law, medicine and the social sciences that is applicable to judicial decision-making and case management. The site can be treated as a course or as a resource to be consulted as needed.


NJEP’s DVDs can be used in conjunction with other training modules, or shown on their own.


NJEP increases professional and public awareness of gender bias in the courts and the ways to eliminate it through publication of articles in professional journals and other media, including reports, manuals and independent publications.

The following is a sample of some of NJEP’s publications. For a complete list, and access to those for which online reprint permission is available, click here (link).

The following is information on how to establish and support a judicial task force.