Judges stand in a unique position in our society as a neutral in an adversarial system. However, judges are human and susceptible (like all of us) to operating with an implicit bias without a conscious awareness of it regarding some individuals that come before the court. This can affect how the court reacts to those individuals. To ensure the court maintains the perception of neutrality, judges and staff may benefit from Implicit Bias training. Such training should be available for those judges that want to access this type of resource to be better equipped and aware of possible circumstances where they may unwarily operate with a bias.