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This Week at NCSC:

  • NCSC News CEC director to discuss Brooke Astor, elder care in Chicago

    Feb. 1-2 | The director of NCSC’s Center for Elders and the Courts (CEC) is presenting “Capacity, Consent & Undue Influence: The Case of Legendary Philanthropist Brooke Astor” and “What is Elder Abuse?” at the Illinois Judicial Education Conference in Chicago.

  • NCSC News Court statistics project under way in Maryland

    Feb. 1-2 | NCSC researchers are meeting with Maryland's Court Statistics Project Workgroup in Annapolis to assist in aligning the state’s criminal data with the national model outlined in the State Court Guide to Statistical Reporting.   

  • Event Staff heads to Calif. for CCJ Midyear meeting

    Jan. 29-Feb. 3 | NCSC staff is attending the Conference of Chief Justices (CCJ) Midyear meeting in Monterey, Calif. Session topics range from civil justice to court structures for the 21st century.

  • Related News ABA hosts 2016 E. Smyth Gambrell Professionalism Awards Competition

    The American Bar Association Standing Committee on Professionalism is currently accepting nominations for its annual E. Smythe Gambrell Professionalism Awards, which recognizes continuing programs and projects contributing to the understanding and advancement of professionalism among lawyers and law students.