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This Week at NCSC

  • NCSC News Court customers at center of Texas education effort

    Nov. 16-17 | As part of the Texas Municipal Court Education Center’s (TMCEC) effort to strengthen its curriculum, Court Consulting Services staff will make recommendations to improve the treatment of court users and will facilitate leadership training for the TMCEC Mentors and Education Committee.

  • NCSC News Iowa commission works to diversify juries

    Nov. 16 | At a meeting in Des Moines, the director of NCSC’s Center for Jury Studies will discuss steps that the Iowa Jury Commission could take to ensure a more diverse jury pool and more diverse juries.

  • Event Roundtable examines cybersecurity’s effect on courts, society

    Nov. 16 | Former Assistant U.S. Attorney General for National Security and current partner with Morrison & Foerster John P. Carlin will lead a Justice Roundtable panel discussion in Washington, D.C. addressing the impact of cybersecurity on courts, corporations, and individuals.  

  • NCSC News Statewide portals help direct users to most appropriate help

    Nov. 16 | NCSC Technology consultants will help with plans for Legal Services Corporation’s (LSC) litigant portal project with Microsoft and Pro Bono Net at a meeting in Seattle. The session will examine progress in states already engaged in statewide portal projects and onboarding/deployment options for state roadmaps.

  • NCSC News Adult drug court performance goals reviewed at conference

    Nov. 15 | An NCSC researcher will make a presentation on performance targets for adult drug courts at the annual meeting of the American Society of Criminology in Philadelphia. 

  • NCSC News Task force continues work on fair fines, fees, and bail

    Nov. 14 | The National Task Force on Fines, Fees and Bail Practices, composed of leaders from the courts, legal community, universities, advocacy organizations, and other stakeholders, will meet to continue its work to ensure the fair assessment of fines, fees, and bail nationwide.

  • NCSC News Focus group working on Court Application Component Model

    Nov. 13-14 | Technology consultants are facilitating a focus group in Los Angeles to develop a work plan for next-generation court technology standards and the Court Application Component Model.  Participants include court CIOs representing CITOC and industry representation from the IJIS Institute.

  • NCSC News Outcomes, measures considered for Md. mental health courts

    Nov. 13-17 | A Research Division team will visit mental health courts in Baltimore City and Prince George’s County to conduct an outcome evaluation and to develop statewide performance measures as part of NCSC’s ongoing work with the Maryland judiciary.