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In this edition of our quarterly newsletter, we are pleased to highlight the important work being carried out on a number of our projects in relation to judicial performance measurement and evaluation. Read more...

Jeffrey Apperson
Vice President,
International Programs Division
National Center for State Courts

Counting What Counts: Measuring and Monitoring Judicial Performance 

Bangladesh: Defining Performance-Based Evaluation Criteria
NCSC partners with Bangladesh Supreme Court to define judicial performance measurement criteria. Read More...

Southeast Europe: Utilizing Case Weighting to Improve Judicial Performance
NCSC experts publish analysis of case weighting systems in the region. Read more...

NCSC Around the World

Serbia: Misdemeanor Court Open Day
Students learn about the function of misdemeanor courts. Read more…

Bahamas: Advanced Trial Advocacy Training
NCSC hosts trial advocacy skills workshop for prosecutors. Read more…

Grenada: Improving Written and Oral Judgments
Judges from Eastern Caribbean countries participate in skills-building workshop on written and oral judgments. Read more…

Costa Rica: Cybercrime and Juvenile Justice
Prosecutors receive specialized cybercrimes training. Read more…

Bangladesh: Women Judges Celebrate International Women’s Day
NCSC mobilizes women and men allies across Bangladesh to celebrate women leadership in the justice sector. Read more…

International Visitors Education Program

Afghanistan: Governance and Administration of U.S. State Courts
Lawyers learn about the functioning of the U.S. State Court system. Read more...

Announcements

Tunisia: Improving Court Administration
Lawyers learn about the functioning of the U.S. State Court system. Read more...

Morocco: Evaluating Judicial Reform
NCSC awarded cooperative agreement to assist in developing judicial institutions. Read more...


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Justice Everywhere
is a quarterly publication of the National Center for State Courts, (NCSC). NCSC is a unique non-profit organization providing technical assistance, training, and technology to advance justice in the 50 U.S. states and around the world. Founded 40 years ago by the leadership of the U.S. courts to deliver on the promise of Equal Justice Under Law, today, NCSC partners with donor agencies, host-country governments, and non-governmental organizations around the world to promote transparent justice systems and improve the quality of justice services.



Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. 
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.