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NCSC board member Wayne Withers passes away
The National Center for State Courts is mourning the loss of Wayne Withers, a committed member of NCSC's Board of Directors, and a long-time advocate for fair courts. Mr. Withers died June 16, 2015, at the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, where he was being treated for complications of a blood disorder. He was 74.
The National Center for State Courts mourns the loss of Wayne Withers, a committed member of NCSC's Board of Directors, and a long-time advocate for fair courts. Read the full article in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
National Center for State Courts' Researcher Brenda Uekert, recently presented at a conference on elder abuse issues at Stockton University in Atlantic City. Keynote speaker, NJ Chief Justice Stuart Rabner, said a "silver tsunami" is about to hit New Jersey and courts need to be prepared. Read the article in the Asbury Park Press.
Carmel Capati, manager of the Court Interpreter Program of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, is the recipient of the National Center for State Courts’ (NCSC) Distinguished Service Award, one of the highest awards presented by the organization. Read the full press release.
Judge Lora J. Livingston of Travis County, Texas, is the recipient of the National Center for State Courts' 2015 Distinguished Service Award for a State Trial Court Judge, one of the highest awards presented by the organization. The Distinguished Service Award is presented annually to those who have made significant contributions to the justice system and who have supported the mission of NCSC. The award will be presented to Judge Livingston May 8 during a conference hosted by the American Bar Association and the National Legal Aid & Defender Association. Read the full press release.