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NACM offers packed agenda in Pittsburgh
The National Association for Court Management (NACM) will hold its Annual Conference at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, PA, July 10-14. The packed education program includes five plenary sessions and more than 40 unique workshops. Count on riveting plenary sessions by presenters like Barry Dornfeld, author and expert on organizational change, speaking on Using Culture to Drive Strategic Change, and Patricia Breckenridge, chief justice of the Supreme Court of Missouri, speaking on Collaborative Leadership: Ferguson and Beyond. Shared interest groups, an extensive exhibit show, and a social event at PNC Park, home of the Pittsburgh Pirates, round out the conference.
NCACC focuses on Effective Project Management and more
The National Conference of Appellate Court Clerks’ (NCACC) 43rd Annual Conference will be held Saturday, July 30 - Friday, August 5, 2016 at the Crowne Plaza in Denver, Colorado. The conference will feature sessions on Effective Project Management, Managing Pro Se Appeals, Recruiting, Hiring and Retaining Court Employees and Real Ethics in a Virtual World. There will also be tours of the Ralph L. Carr Colorado Judicial Center and Learning Center, with a reception to follow. During the conference, attendees will experience Denver’s urban core and all its historical, cultural,
and athletic amenities.
CCPIO heads to Hartford
The Conference of Court Public Information Officers (CCPIO) is traveling to Hartford, Connecticut, July 31-August 3 at the Hilton Hartford for their Annual Meeting. CCPIO members will consider a wide array of topics covering a range of core competencies. Attendees will hear from Connecticut State Police Lt. J. Paul Vance about how he handled hundreds of reporters in the days after the Sandy Hook massacre, from some of Connecticut’s top journalists about the 2016 media landscape, and from prominent First Amendment Attorney David Schulz. Other sessions will focus on successful education programs for judges and journalists and more specifically, from investigative reporters on what puts them on a trail, reputation management, communications plans and boosting a court’s visual presence.
Re-engage, Rethink, Renew is NASJE’s focus in Vermont
The National Association of State Judicial Educators’ (NASJE) Annual Conference will be September 25-28, in beautiful Burlington, Vermont. The Annual Conference Committee has planned an excellent array of educational sessions around the theme, Changing Perspectives in Judicial Branch Education: Re-Engage, Rethink, Renew, including: The what, why, and how of leveraging mobile learning for judicial branch education; Application of NASJE’s respected Curriculum Designs, from dealing with challenges in creating courses and developing faculty to addressing cutting-edge issues; Reducing stress and increasing resiliency for educators and those they work with; Many others including restorative justice, procedural fairness, gray area thinking, and re-evaluating the justice system’s role as it relates to mental illness.
Canada welcomes AJA
The American Judges Association (AJA) is holding its Annual Conference September 25-30 in Toronto, Ontario, at the Marriott Eaton Centre. All judges are encouraged to attend for excellent educational programming and the opportunity to exchange ideas with colleagues from across the United States and Canada. AJA also is pleased to be inducting Russell Otter of the Ontario Court of Justice as its first Canadian president.
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