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NCSC in the news

Kansas judicial branch receives national recognition for court caseload reporting excellence

For a third time since 2009, the Kansas judicial branch has been recognized by the National Center for State Courts for reporting excellence in providing detailed and publishable court caseload data. Read the full article on

California, Nevada and 38 Other States Have These, But Delaware Doesn’t - Intermediate Courts of Appeal

According to the National Center for State Courts, forty states, including California and Nevada, have established intermediate courts of appeal.  Read the full story in the National Law Review.


News releases

Arkansas court leader receives national award

James D. Gingerich, Director of the Arkansas Administrative Office of the Courts, recently was named recipient of the Kenneth R. Palmer Distinguished Service Award. The presentation was made during the joint meeting of the Conference of Chief Justices and Conference of State Court Administrators (COSCA) during their annual meeting in Omaha, Nebraska.  Read the full press release.

Florida judge named recipient of William H. Rehnquist Award

Steven Leifman, Associate Administrative Judge of the Miami-Dade County Court - Criminal Division in Florida, has been named the National Center for State Courts’ recipient of the William H. Rehnquist Award for Judicial Excellence. Read the full press release.