Mar. 11-13 | Institute for Court Management (ICM) faculty are teaching Fundamental Issues of Caseflow Management at NCSC headquarters in Williamsburg, Va., as part of the Certified Court Manager Program.
Mar. 12 | NCSC staff is meeting with the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) staff in Washington D.C., to discuss how to improve state estimates of mandated records that are reported to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) Index.
Mar. 12-13 | An NCSC Knowledge and Information Services senior analyst is participating in the National Governor’s Association’s Experts Roundtable on Improving Outcomes for Justice-Involved Youth.
Mar. 13-15 | The National Association of Women Judges (NAWJ) is holding its midyear meeting in Washington, D.C. Sessions include a theatrical reading of “Anne & Emmett,” a play about victims of racial intolerance and hatred, and tools for addressing human trafficking.
Mar. 14 |
William & Mary Law School is hosting a symposium about the development of the law (Atkins v. Virginia) in which the Supreme Court took the position that the execution of mentally disabled persons was a violation of the Eighth Amendment ban on cruel and unusual punishment.