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This Week at NCSC:

  • NCSC News Court tech meeting under way at W&M law school

    Oct. 12-13 | Members of NCSC staff are attending the 9th Conference on Privacy & Public Access to Court Records at the Center for Legal and Court Technology at William & Mary (W&M) Law School in Williamsburg, Va.

  • NCSC News Middle-schoolers to learn about civics education

    Oct. 13-14 | In honor of Bullying Prevention Month, NCSC Communications staff is presenting a civics education program based on the most recent graphic novel, Justice Case Files: The Case of the Cyberbully, to middle school students in Yorktown, Va.

  • NCSC News ICM course reviews CourTools Oct. 13-15 | The latest Institute for Court Management (ICM) course discusses how to use the CourTools and the Court Performance Standards as a framework to guide courts into the future by setting performance targets, then monitoring, evaluating, and learning from results. The course takes place at NCSC headquarters in Williamsburg, Va.
  • NCSC News Panel to examine internet-related jury issues

    Oct. 15-16 | The director of the Center for Jury Studies is serving on a panel at the ABA Judicial Conclave in Chicago.  The panel is comprised of members of the Commission on the American Jury and will address issues related to attorney use of Internet technologies and social media to investigate prospective jurors during voir dire.

  • NCSC News Civics teachers to learn formula for success for classroom

    Oct. 15-17 | NCSC staff is presenting “Bullying + Graphic Novel = a Teacher's Gateway to Engagement” to civics educators at the 50th Annual Virginia Conference of Social Studies Educators in Norfolk, Va. During the session, teachers will participate in engaging activities, learn about Justice Case Files 5: The Case of the Cyberbully, and how to incorporate materials into the classroom.