This Week at NCSC

 
Staff to provide survival manual for supervising judges

March 27 | NCSC staff are presenting “A Survival Manual for Supervising Judges” at the 2017 California Supervising Judges Institute in San Francisco.

 
Financial exploitation focus of D.C. forum

March 27-28 | NCSC staff are attending the National Forum on Financial Exploitation by Conservators in Washington, D.C., which brings together national leaders to discuss and prioritize recommendations to improve victim services and enhance public policies around financial exploitation.

 
ICM course explores judicial branch of government

March 28-30, 2017 | Participants in the ICM course Purposes and Responsibilities of Courts at NCSC headquarters in Williamsburg, Va., will explore the foundations of the third branch of government and assess whether their courts are performing as the Founding Fathers intended.

 
Kentucky drug courts set to receive new set of performance measures

March 29-April 1 | NCSC researchers are conducting a workgroup meeting to discuss and approve a set of performance benchmarks to accompany performance measures for Kentucky drug courts in Frankfort.  

 
Civil justice reform performance measures effort under way

March 29-30 | The director of the Center for Jury Studies is identifying performance measures for civil justice reforms as part of a technical assistance project in Hartford, Conn.

 
Staff leads problem-solving meeting in Minnesota

March 31 | NCSC Court Consulting Services staff are facilitating a meeting of community stakeholders taking a “problem-solving approach” to the Ramsey County Housing Court in St. Paul, Minn.