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NCSC's flagship e-newsletter highlights major projects, publications and conferences.
The NCSC Backgrounder is designed to provide the media with statistics and facts related to current issues of interest.
A monthly newsletter from the SJI-funded National Initiative to improve the court and community response to mental illness and co-occurring disorders. The newsletter provides national initiative updates, news articles, and research and resources regarding behavioral health.
A quarterly update on the Civil Justice Initiative’s resources, opportunities, and tools.
NCSC and CCPIO follow the impact of new media on the courts.
This monthly newsletter provides tips and strategies courts can use to win grants from federal and private funding sources.
Updates on educational opportunities, courses and programs offered through ICM.
The Judicial Conduct Reporter, published quarterly, summarizes recent decisions and advisory opinions, reports developments in judicial discipline, and includes articles on judicial ethics and discipline procedure topics.
A weekly jury management newsletter.
A quarterly news and jobs bulletin featuring updates on NCSC’s work to create more equitable and transparent justice systems around the world.
The Retrospective of Courthouse Design 2010-2020 showcasing major courthouse design trends in the past decade. This fourth installment of the Retrospective will also illustrate architectural innovations and solutions sought in evolving work environments.
Provides information about progress in implementing the state action plans developed at the National Judicial Leadership Summits on the Protection of Children.
Provides cutting-edge information about technology and the court community.
The primary source of compensation information for state judicial officers and state court administrators.