What brings you to the Cady Family Justice Reform Initiative today?
I'm dealing with a heavy caseload and need strategies to manage and sort cases more effectively and timely.
I'm seeking specialized strategies and best practices for addressing complex family cases.
How can we help you?
Contact us if you have questions, and we can get your started with basic information, in contact with experts or more extensive on-site technical assistance. Please email Alicia Davis.
One of our greatest leaders in the courts, and the chair of CCJ/COSCA's Family Justice Reform effort, Iowa Chief Justice Mark Cady, addressed a national audience regarding child and family cases in September 2019 saying “We need to be able to say that we did everything that we could when it was our time.” Chief Justice Cady passed away unexpectedly, just two months later. His efforts to support fairness, his dedication to children and families and his leadership within the courts will not be forgotten. In honor of Chief Justice Cady and in honor of children and families, the Cady Family Justice Reform Initiative commits to do what we can in our time.
The Cady Family Justice Reform Initiative is supported primarily by funding from the State Justice Institute as well as partnering courts. The views expressed on this report are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent those of the SJI, IAALS, NCJFCJ, or the National Center for State Courts.