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  • WEBINAR: Judiciary Under Attack… Confronting Disinformation, Fake News, and Online Assaults
  • No courts, no conspiracy: A race decided by a game
  • Following the Money in America’s 2022 Midterm Elections Raises Questions on How Spending May Someday Impact Judicial Elections
  • WEBINAR: How Hybrid Officing is Changing Trial Courts, Work-Life Balance, and the Court Workplace
  • ABA works nationwide to provide nonpartisaninformation and protect access to the ballot box
  • Hybrid and remote work is red-hot in the paralegal market. Are court workers next?
  • QR codes hold both positives and negatives as a new high-tech digital tool for trial courts
  • Four Ways to Deal with Misinformation in Decision-making
  • When to trust your gut
  • Six storytelling do’s and don’ts for lawyers (and court leaders)
  • The Power of Small Gestures
  • Exonerations in America have risen, and their pattern is revealing
  • After the Smartphone… What’s Next?
  • U.S. Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Likely to Impact the Future of Courts
  • Ten lessons from the first two years of COVID-19
  • WEBINAR: How to Exercise Judicial Leadership Power Wisely in Transforming Trial Courts
  • Why have Felony Murder Rates Soared? …a Look at Rising Serious Crime in America
  • WEBINAR: Courts, Democracy and the Polarization of America… Ways to Strengthen Public Trust in the Rule of Law
  • 2023 NAPCO Conference – BOSTON
  • WEBINAR: Arizona’s Groundbreaking Venture… Eliminating Peremptory Challenges
  • WEBINAR: The Importance and Value of Kindness in Leading Courts
  • 2022 Court Leadership Academy & Conference in Anaheim
  • The Omicron Variant: How Employers Should Respond
  • Courts and the 2020 Elections: Partisans for Truth and the Rule of Law
  • WEBINAR: Developing an Updated Playbook for Adjudicating Self-Represented Litigants
  • Are government bans on the teaching of critical race theory unconstitutional?
  • WEBINAR: COVID Court Leadership Fatigue Dealing with the Delta Variant
  • WEBINAR: Courts that Saw the Future: Leading the Way, Transforming Services
  • Vaccine hesitancy: It’s not about knowledge
  • 2021 Conference Changed to Virtual Only
  • State, Local Trial Courts Now Eligible for JAG Funding from DOJ
  • Burke, Stawicki: Chauvin case proved the value and efficacy of cameras in the courtroom. Let them in.
  • WEBINAR: PJ & CEO Teambuilding – Blending Governance & Leadership Principles, Roles, Responsibilities
  • Data helps California Court Officials During the Pandemic
  • WEBINAR: Jurors and Jury Trials in a Post-COVID World
  • In-person NAPCO 2021 Boston Conference Likely to Grow
  • What Brown v. Board can still teach us
  • Americans are divided by age and race on the fairness of the justice system, ABA civics survey finds
  • Superior Court in Orange County California Safely Conducted 170 Jury Trials during COVID
  • New educational resource for courts on implicit bias
  • WEBINAR: Transitioning the Workforce Back to the Office
  • Tracking structural racism in the North
  • WEBINAR: Leading Innovation While Combating Exhaustion
  • Arizona courts launch task force to look into no-knock warrants
  • WEBINAR: Judicial and Court Security: Lessons Learned in the Time of Covid and Domestic Terror
  • Chemerinsky: SCOTUS hands down a rare civil rights victory on qualified immunity
  • WEBINAR: How Will You Address COVID-Caused Criminal Case Backlogs?
  • WEBINAR: The Power of Civility, Decency, and Humility in Leading Courts
  • The Collision of the Speedy Trial Clock with the Coronavirus’s Slowdown Realities: Justice in the Time of COVID-19
  • WEBINAR: Preparing for 2021 – Key questions court leadership teams should be asking
  • Shortfalls in tax revenues leave states facing layoffs and service cuts
  • WEBINAR: Resilient Court Leadership: Building a “Better Normal” & Reimagining the Future of Work
  • Russian campaign spreads disinformation about American justice system: ABA, state courts, National Center fight back
  • Tyler Technologies discovers a data breach
  • WEBINAR: Meaningful Strategies to Combat Systemic Racism in Trial Courts – Part III
  • U.S. Postal Service reorg could spark delays and service problems for courts
  • WEBINAR: Addressing Systemic Racism in Trial Courts – Part Two
  • A question of judgment: A quality hard to define but important to possess
  • WEBINAR: Confronting Systemic Racism in Trial Courts
  • WEBINAR: Addressing Court Workplace Mental Health and Well-being in Tense Times
  • Connecticut Judge Calls for Reduced Use of Peremptory Strikes in Jury Selection
  • WEBINAR: Leading and Managing the Reopening of Juries in Trial Courts
  • Boston law school leads initiative to develop mobile court forms during pandemic crisis
  • How will we respond to the pandemic?
  • The Mary C. McQueen Award for Excellence and Leadership in Justice System Improvement
  • WEBINAR: Crisis Leadershp
  • Put On A Shirt For Video Hearings, Judge Tells Attorneys
  • Two centuries of law guide legal approach to modern pandemic
  • Leading during a Crisis
  • Court on wheels, virtual hearings roll out as Utah justice system grapples with coronavirus
  • Existing Guides to Operations and Legal Issues during a Pandemic Useful Tools for Trial Court Leaders
  • Training for nonlawyers to provide legal advice will start in Arizona in the fall
  • NAPCO Board Chair Judge John Russo invites you to attend NAPCO 2020
  • Online courts, the future of justice and being bold in 2020
  • NAPCO Trial Court Leadership Guides Launched
  • Reflections from the Bench: Procedural Fairness and Trauma: How do we avoid re-traumatizing our court users?
  • January for divorces?
  • How I spent my senior status
  • 2021 NAPCO Trial Court Leadership Conference
  • Everything you’d ever want to know about limited jurisdiction courts
  • NAPCO Conference App
  • National Survey of Nonlawyer Assistance to Self-Represented Litigants Available to Court Leaders
  • NAPCO 2016 Remote Court Tech Guide Remains Helpful
  • Some Judges Reconsidering Use of Comfort Dogs in Court
  • 2019 NAPCO | NCSC Leadership Conference
  • Employee Engagement Sparks Court Culture Change in Cleveland’s Common Pleas Court
  • Judge Kevin Brazile, first African American Presiding Judge of Los Angeles Superior Court, Honored by UCLA Black Alumni Association
  • 2019 Trial Court Leadership Conference set for Minneapolis at New Hotel Location
  • National Judicial Outreach Week: March 1-10
  • NAPCO Conference Evaluations Confirm Productive Pair Emphasis is on Target
  • Improving Felony Caseflow
  • Judging the Judges [in Latin America]
  • 2018 Court Leadership Academy and Leadership Conference Agenda
  • There is no constitutional right to cash money bail, 3rd U.S. Circuit Court rules in NJ case
  • Registration is now open for the 2018 NAPCO Conference
  • AJA Statement on Separating Immigrant Children from their Families at the U.S. Border
  • NAPCO Participates in Dred Scott Symposium on Reconciliation and Ethnic Fairness in the Courts
  • NAPCO Creates 3-Year Leadership and Governance Strategic Campaign
  • Making the Case for Bail Reform: Cuyahoga County
  • Improved justice for the poor as St. Louis County public defenders get help from private attorneys
  • If a nation has no independent judiciary, rights are merely ’empty promises’
  • Bail industry battles reforms that threaten its livelihood
  • Hennepin County MN District Court eReminder System Cuts Failures to Appear
  • NAPCO Report of Activities – January 2018
  • National Judicial Outreach Week: March 4-10, 2018
  • 2018 Trial Court Leadership Conference
  • Change is Happening in St Louis County Missouri, Home to Ferguson
  • Jury Duty seen as Good Citizenship by Most Americans
  • How do we deal with the manmade hurricane of racial bigotry?
  • 2017 Court Leadership Academy and Leadership Conference Agenda
  • 2017 Conference Speakers
  • Grand Juries and Police Use-of-Force Cases
  • The Ethics of a Sanctuary Courthouse
  • Juror Questioning during Criminal Trials Common in Arizona
  • New website offers resources for high-profile trials
  • New ABA Book published on Improving Administration of Justice in U.S. Courts
  • National Judicial College Presidential Search Underway
  • Election 2016 and the State Courts
  • Could Atticus Finch get elected today?
  • 5 Facts on How Americans View the U.S. Supreme Court
  • First Annual National Trial Court Leadership Conference a Success
  • Burger Award nominations being accepted
  • NAPCO Reference Guide on Remote Technology Use by State Courts
  • 36 Hours in Cleveland
  • Former New York Chief Judge receives national court leadership award
  • VIEWPOINT: What should we think about Donald Trump’s thoughts about judges?
  • Art, Science and the Challenge of Justice Reform
  • How Cost-Benefit Analysis Might Save America’s Criminal Justice System
  • 2017 NAPCO Board Meeting Agenda
  • 20 Jurisdictions Receive Millions to Reduce Jail Overcrowding
  • Court systems rethink the use of financial bail, which some say penalizes the poor
  • Justice Department warns local courts about illegal enforcement of fees and fines; Task Force formed
  • A Letter from the NAPCO President
  • Exhibitor Information 2017
  • ABA House approves model regulatory objectives for nontraditional legal services
  • 2016 Trial Court Leadership Conference Agenda
  • Longstanding Public Concerns About Court Fairness and Inefficiency Continue a Recent NCSC Survey Concludes
  • Texas courthouse gun bans reconsidered by state AG
  • When Must Lawyers Learn Science?
  • Exhibitor Information 2016
  • What is NAPCO?
  • NAPCO Conference 2016 to be held in Cleveland
  • Effective Judicial Leadership Needed
  • 2016 Conference Exhibitors
  • 2016 Conference Speakers
  • A Judge Reflects on How to Reduce Courtroom Violence
  • American Judicature Society (AJS) Closes Doors after 101 Years
  • NCMC Leaders to Participate in Special Civil Justice Roundtable at Prestigious Rehnquist Dinner Event in Washington D.C. November 20, 2014
  • ABA Program on Fairness in Juries set for San Diego – Oct 23-24
  • 10 things judges can do to help business litigation be more efficient and less expensive
  • Job Outlook for 2013 Law School Graduates Remains Bleak
  • U.S. Attitudes Toward Drugs Favor Treatment, Not Jail
  • JAS Applauds Ruling in Dobson v. State of Arizona
  • Report Details Courts’ Use of Social Media Tools
  • When do I report for jury duty? NJ offers text alerts for prospective jurors
  • Who Are You Going to Believe?
  • NCMC and NACM to hold Joint Conference in Scottsdale AZ July 2014
  • Gun Homicide Rate Down 49% since 1993 Peak; Public Unaware
  • Divorce and the Great Recession
  • NCMC Shares Leadership Expertise at Illinois Chief Circuit Judges Conference
  • Los Angeles Superior Court Searches for a New Executive Officer
  • National Conference Leadership Explores Closer Affiliation with NACM
  • Novel Leadership Coaching/Mentoring Program is in the Works
  • Taking the Bench Self-Study Course Announced by the National Judicial College
  • Jury Study Needs a High-Volume Court Volunteer
  • Effective Assistance of Counsel Now a Right in Plea Bargaining
  • Maricopa Superior Court Pioneers New Dependency Plan for Young Children in Phoenix
  • California Budget Cuts: “All Courts are Going to Feel the Pain”
  • Local Government Budgets Still Call for Workforce Cuts
  • New Maricopa County Arizona (Phoenix) Criminal Court Tower Opens
  • Drive for Greater Legal Efficiencies Similar to Reengineering Pressures on Courts
  • The 2011 and 2012 Annual Meetings and Education Sessions will be held in Orlando and Pittsburgh, respectively.
  • 2010 Conference, scheduled for October 20 – 23 in Los Angeles, will be low cost for attendees.
  • Themes and programs for 2010 educational sessions focus on funding, re-engineering, and delay reduction.
  • Annual Meetings to be conducted at host court sites, not hotels, to save costs and enhance choices for participants
  • November 2008 Workshop on Reducing Trial Court Delay in Metropolitan Courts a success; more workshops planned for 2009
  • Budget Cutback Strategies