Alicia Davis has been a Principal Court Management Consultant with the National Center for State Courts since 2010. Since 2017, Alicia has directed the Mark S. Cady Initiative for Family Justice Reform, a partnership with IAALS, NCJFCJ and AFCC, to guide courts towards improved outcomes for families while managing costs and controlling delays. She currently oversees Automating Family Justice Triage, a special initiative supported by the State Justice Institute. This project brings together experts in family law, domestic violence and dispute resolution to innovate working prototypes to assist courts across the country. Alicia oversaw CCJ/COSCA’s Rapid Response Team Committee on Children, Families and Elders, the Domestic Violence Implementation Lab, the Case Management Lab, and the Build-a-(Backlog)-Dashboard Series to provide guidance to courts post-pandemic and beyond. Alicia was a child and family law attorney before entering court administration.
Highlights of NCSC Projects:
- Mark S. Cady Initiative for Family Justice Reform, National Project Director
- Technical Assistance Provider, Capacity Building Center for Courts (Children’s Bureau)
- Judicial Trainer, International Framework for Court Excellence (Malaysia, Colombia, Costa Rica)
- Trainer and Facilitator, the High-Performance Court Framework: Arizona, Idaho, Michigan, Missouri, and USVI.
- Fellow, Colombia Corporation for Excellence in Justice (State Department)
- Consultant, Puerto Rico Case Management Process Review
- Privacy and Information-Sharing in Juvenile Justice
- National Information Exchange Model, Child, Youth and Family Services Domain
- Judicial Leadership in Child Welfare, Casey Family Programs