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National Association of Women JudgesThe National Association of Women Judges (NAWJ) is holding its midyear meeting April 23-24, 2015, in Chicago, Ill. Find out more.

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Researchers helping BJS improve NICS records estimates

Mar. 31 | NCSC researchers are meeting with the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) in Washington, D.C., to discuss next steps in improving state records estimates for the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS).

Court education discussion crisscrosses the globe

Apr. 2 | NCSC staff is holding a virtual meeting with Dr. Faqir Hassain, Director General of the Federal Judicial Academy in Islamabad, Pakistan, to discuss potential collaboration in providing court management education for judges, court staff, prosecutors, and investigators in Pakistan.

Incoming ABA president visiting NCSC headquarters

Apr. 2 | The incoming president of the American Bar Association is visiting NCSC's Williamsburg, Va., office to learn about the research and services NCSC offers. 

Courts shouldn't be revenue generators

Following the Department of Justice's report that Ferguson's “law enforcement practices are shaped by the City’s focus on revenue rather than public safety needs,” NCSC issued a media statement on national court leadership policy.

A look at four states' DUI diversion programs

The Traffic Resource Center's latest Traffic Brief, "Pre-Trial Diversion Programs for DUIs," looks at state programs that offer first-time DUI offenders an alternative to prosecution.

Information card on immigrant minors

The Center for Public Policy Studies and NCSC recently released an information card, which focuses on federal Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, which provides unaccompanied minors with a temporary right to remain in the U.S.

ICM course focuses on court leadership

Leaders have evolved into quick-change artists who inspire, communicate a vision, and master today’s workforce and work environment. In this course, which takes place April 14-16, 2015, in Williamsburg, Va., participants will acquire the knowledge and skills of leadership as a core competency, while exploring their own readiness to be in a leadership role.

NCPJ spring conference in Newport, RI.

The National College of Probate Judges (NCPJ) is holding its spring conference April 29 - May 2, 2015, in Newport, RI.

ICM course incorporates technology

Court technology professionals will find this course helpful in increasing their understanding of court functions and operations as well as learn how technology can be used in all of the National Association for Court Management's core competencies. The course takes place May 12-14, 2015, at NCSC headquarters in Williamsburg, Va.