December2 , 2023

Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana Becomes Member of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges


Edobles Launches Revolutionary Mood-Enhancing Edibles

Miami-Based Company, Edobles, Launches Mood-Enhancing Edibles Expertly Crafted With Natural Ingredient Blends to Boost Customers’ Moods One Bite at a Time

Edobles Launches Revolutionary Mood-Enhancing Edibles
Ed?bles Launches Revolutionary Mood-Enhancing Edibles

Miami-based company, Ed?bles, launches mood-enhancing edibles expertly crafted with natural ingredient blends to boost customers' moods one bite at a time.

Edobles (Edobles, LLC), a new player in the infused edibles industry, has opened its doors and launched its line of products designed to enhance mood. With a focus on catering to various moods, Edobles offers a range of options to boost euphoria, increase energy levels, promote calmness and balance, and induce restful sleep.

“We’re a mood-based company first and foremost,” says Miguel Cruz, Creative Director for the brand, “Our goal is to create a product that’s easy to consume, whether at home or on the go, that’s effective at enhancing or creating a desired mood in one bite.”

In a market saturated with infused edibles, Edobles stands out by providing mood-boosting edibles that are backed by scientific research. Each product is carefully formulated with specific ingredients known for their mood-enhancing properties.

Edobles takes pride in the quality and purity of its products. All items undergo rigorous third-party lab testing to ensure accuracy, safety, and purity. These independent lab tests provide unbiased findings, giving consumers peace of mind when incorporating Edobles products into their daily routines.

The launch of Edobles marks the first-ever company focused solely on mood-enhancement solutions. While there are several infused edibles brands on the market, Edobles is the first to specifically cater to different moods. The range of products, including Energy, Euphoria, and Sleep Edibles, as well as Libido Gummies and more, ensures that individuals can find the perfect option to suit their desired mood.

By prioritizing the quality, safety, and effectiveness of their offerings, Edobles aims to empower individuals to take control of their mood and enhance their overall daily routines. With the launch of its innovative products, Edobles is set to revolutionize the way we approach mood enhancement and well-being.

About Edobles

Edobles is an edible supplements company focused on the science of mood enhancement through the power of all-natural ingredient blends. With mood-enhancing products ranging from providing better sleep and more energy to mental focus and bodily relaxation, we’re committed to giving our customers an all-natural way to enhance any mood or feeling in a new and delicious way. To learn more, please visit or contact us at [email protected].

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National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges

National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges

The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges announced that the Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana is now an organizational member of the nation’s oldest and largest judicial membership and education organization.

The NCJFCJ helps improve the lives of the families and children in the justice system through judicial education. The NCJFCJ produces a broad collection of research, trainings, and publications, and hosts two national conferences for judges, court professionals and other related agencies annually. The NCJFCJ's research division, the National Center for Juvenile Justice (NCJJ), conducts national research and provides objective information used by professionals and decision-makers in the juvenile and family justice system to increase effectiveness.

Students and faculty of the Alexander Blewett III School of Law will now have access to the NCJFCJ’s vast educational resources along with opportunities for networking and professional growth. Students will have the opportunity to tap NCJFCJ guest lecturers, publications, and research that can supplement coursework in juvenile justice, family law, and criminal law. Similarly, law school faculty can benefit from the research materials and the opportunity to collaborate with judges and court professionals to enhance their curriculums.

"This collaboration will open up exciting new avenues for students, faculty members, and others who are seeking more involvement in juvenile justice and family law,” said Judge John W. Parker of Great Falls, Montana who is an NCJFCJ board director and Alexander Blewett III School of Law alumnus. “Through this partnership, a new generation of attorneys will have the chance to learn more about juvenile and family court issues than ever before. These cases are critically important for children and families suffering from trauma, abuse, family violence or other challenging situations in their lives. This partnership will enhance and fortify the law school’s stellar curriculum in a way that will benefit people throughout Montana and across the United States.”

The two organizations are united in their aim to enhance the judiciary by offering cutting-edge resources, research, and ongoing education for individuals committed to serving children and families within juvenile and family law. 

For more than a century, the Alexander Blewett III School of Law has been a leader in legal education, with a commitment to practical training that began with its first class of students in 1911.

Since 1937, the NCJFCJ has served as the leader in providing continuing education opportunities, research, technical assistance, and policy development in the field of juvenile and family law. The NCJFCJ is a nonprofit organization with nearly 2,000 members nationwide and internationally. In its 86-year history, the NCJFCJ has expanded its membership from judicial officers to attorneys, law enforcement, social workers, court administrators, organizations and law students and schools. The NCJFCJ’s mission is to provide judges, courts, and related agencies involved with juvenile, family, and domestic violence cases with the knowledge and skills to improve the lives of the families and children who seek justice.

“The strength of the NCJFCJ’s legacy is its members,” said Joey Orduña Hastings, CEO, NCJFCJ. “The core knowledge of the courts begins with well-educated students who are passionate to improve the lives of the children and families they will serve. The NCJFCJ is excited to welcome the University of Montana as an organizational member and we look forward to sharing membership benefits and resources with a school that prepares the next generation of individuals to make a meaningful difference in our justice system.”

For more information, please visit the NCJFCJ website.

About the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ):
Founded in 1937, the Reno, Nevada-based National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges is the nation’s oldest judicial membership and education organization focused on improving the effectiveness of our nation’s juvenile and family courts. A leader in continuing education opportunities, research, and policy development in the fields of juvenile and family justice, domestic violence, and domestic relations, the 2,000-member organization is unique in providing practice-based resources to jurisdictions and communities nationwide. The NCJFCJ serves an estimated 30,000 juvenile and family court professionals in state and tribal courts throughout the country.

About the Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana:
The Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana prepares students for the people-oriented practice of law by integrating theory and practice in a competency-based curriculum; serves as the academic legal center in Montana; and contributes to the development of national, state, and tribal law and legal institutions through teaching, scholarship, and service.

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