The National Association for Presiding Judges and Court Executive Officers has been producing monthly webinars since April 2020. Led by Dr. Brenda Wagenknecht-Ivey (CEO of PRAXIS Consulting), Gordon Griller (Executive Director of NAPCO), and other experts in the field of Read more
The National Association for Court Management is pleased to announce the final update of its core competencies – The Core. Through the support of the State Justice Institute (SJI), the Core is now available at nacmcore.org. The Core tag line, Strengthening Court Read more
Theories and practices relating to dispute resolution in the late 1970s and early 1980s focused on conflict management outside the courtroom. In 1986, court-mandated mediation and statutory arbitration were trending on the legislative front, models for appropriate alternatives to trial were emerging, and judges were hungry for information and tools.
By Lee Ann Barnhardt The conversation regarding the need for judicial outreach in increasing public trust and confidence in the courts is not a new one. In the Summer 1998 issue of the NASJE News, Roger Warren, then president of Read more
The relatively new and increasingly used word unretirement conjures up many different thoughts and emotions.
by Anthony P. Wartnik, Judge (Retired) There are people in your courts who deserve special attention. Some have committed crimes they didn’t understand and some have been convicted of crimes for which they are not fully culpable and both are Read more
by Laura Nagle Brain damage caused by prenatal exposure to alcohol can result in behaviors that increase an individual’s likelihood of becoming involved in the justice system. This article will provide a foundation of knowledge about the effects alcohol can Read more