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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

NCSC releases report on The Landscape of Civil Litigation in State Courts

The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) has released a report on The Landscape of Civil Litigation of State Courts, which examines case characteristics and outcomes for  civil cases disposed during a one-year interval from all courts exercising jurisdiction over civil cases in 10 urban counties in the United States. 

Florida Judge William D. Palmer named president of national judicial organization

Judge William D. Palmer of the Fifth District Court of Appeal in Daytona Beach has been elected president of the Council of Chief Judges of the State Courts of Appeal (CCJSCA), a national association dedicated to improving the administration of justice in state appellate courts. Read the full press release.