From this page you can locate a Fellows classmate, review photos of graduating classes, learn about recent graduates.
The Gallery Years
We also welcome photos that you would like to have us add to the “Gallery." More than just a social opportunity, we at ICM feel that the community of Fellows that was created over 40 years ago needs to be celebrated. Fellows experienced a unique education and development process that has provided fertile ground upon which the field of court administration has prospered. Beginning with the first class of 1970 to the most current graduating class, court managers have carried on the tradition of striving for excellence, public service, and personal development. This is the Fellows legacy. As a part of this legacy, this home page is due recognition and a tribute to your accomplishments.
2018 Class Spokesperson, Shelley L. Organ
Confucius said, "Those people who develop the ability to continuously acquire new and better forms of knowledge that they can apply to their work, and to their lives, will be the movers and shakers in our society for the indefinite future." Read entire speech »
2018 Vice President's Award of Merit for Applied Research Recipient
Each year, the Vice President of ICM presents the Award of Merit for Applied Research to the ICM Fellows Program graduate who has completed the most outstanding court improvement project. The 2018 recipient is Andrew Brown, Recovery Court Coordinator with the 20th Circuit Court in Grand Haven, Michigan. NCSC’s Fred Cheesman, a Principal Court Research Consultant with the Research Division, provided guidance to Mr. Brown as his Court Project Supervisor.
2018 Recipients of the Joan K. Cochet Memorial Scholarship, Maria Livingston and Laurie Sanders
The Joan K. Cochet Memorial Scholarship for the Institute for Court Management is named in memory of the late Joan K. Cochet. As the NCSC Library Resource Manager, Joan was a true professional in every regard and was known for her gracious and generous spirit. Her service represented the highest ideals of the Center and continually enhanced the reputation of the Center around the country. Joan’s love of learning was evidenced in her mentorship of numerous law school interns and court professionals pursuing the ICM Fellows certification. Maria Livingston and Laurie Sanders are recipients of the memorial scholarship for the Class of 2018.