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2017 Midyear Conference
February 5-7, 2017

Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront
Portland, Oregon


2017 Annual Conference
In Partnership with the International Assoc. for Court Administration (IACA)
July 9-13, 2017

Hyatt Regency Crystal City
Washington, DC


The National Traffic Law Center of the National District Attorneys Association is sponsoring a training program for judges and court administrative personnel on commercial driving laws. This training is funded through a grant from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, and there is no cost to attend. Airfare and hotel is covered for attendees who are 50+ miles away (office not home). For more information or to register, please click here

NCSC and the Kentucky AOC have partnered to develop a virtual tour of Kentucky’s pretrial services agency. Today (Nov. 2), NCSC is presenting a webinar to promote the virtual tour.

NACM is pleased to announce release of its 2016 Guides, Creating a User-Friendly Court Structure and Environment (Members Only section) as well as the updated version of The Court Administrator Guide.  Copies of both Guides have been mailed to each member.



President's Message


View videos of the keynote addresses and workshops from the 2016 Annual Conference.

In just a few short weeks we’ll gather in Portland, Oregon for our Midyear Conference.  NACM President-Elect Vicky Carlson and our Conference Development Committee have done a great job identifying topics and speakers for the conference, and it promises to draw a good turnout and to be a terrific few days of learning and fellowship.  The conference theme, Improving the Public’s Trust and Confidence in the Judiciary is one that is always timely, and the conference will offer attendees a chance to think anew about how the  way we do our jobs can impact the credibility, relevance, and impact of courts.  Please make plans to join us.

For those of you unable to travel to Oregon, please know that once again this year we will be live-streaming many of our sessions, and that we will tape and archive even more. 

On behalf of the NACM Board, please know how much we appreciate your involvement in and your support of NACM.  Our value as an association is measured in large part by our engagement with members across the United States and around the world, and we are grateful and honored to be able to support you in your work.