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The National Center for State Courts provides services
and support to a number
of court- and justice-related associations.
Sept. 24 | Institute for Court Management staff is participating in the Mid-Atlantic Association for Court Managers (MAACM) Conference vendor event in Portsmouth, Va. Staff is also hosting The Doctor Is In, a program that gives attendees an opportunity to speak with consultants about any court topic for free.
Sept. 24-27 | The National Association for Presiding Judges and Court Executive Officers (NAPCO) and the National Center for State Courts (NCSC) are hosting a leadership conference in Scottsdale, Ariz. for judges and court administrators. The event provides a variety of sessions addressing problems and solutions in leading and managing courts, and features The Doctor Is In, a program that gives attendees an opportunity to speak with consultants about any court topic for free.
Sept. 25-28 | NCSC researchers are working with a group in Des Moines, Iowa, to recommend benchmarks for a set of statewide performance measures designed for adult drug/hybrid courts.
Sept. 26-28 | The latest Institute for Court Management course, Visioning and Strategic Planning, provides the tools court leaders and managers need to develop a vision and achieve goals using strategic planning. The course takes place at NCSC headquarters in Williamsburg. Va.
Sept. 26-29 | The director of NCSC’s Center for Jury Studies is conducting focus groups with attorneys who recently completed cases involving emergency/injunctive relief as part of the evaluation of the Arizona Commercial Court Pilot Program in Maricopa County.
Sept. 27-29 | Institute for Court Management staff is teaching the Purposes & Responsibilities of Courts course for members of the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit in Fla. The course connects court professionals with the ideals that are the foundation for our judicial system, and it challenges them to apply these principles to challenges they face.