Upcoming Conferences

  Latest News

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

Hyatt Regency Crystal City
Washington, DC

View 2018 conference dates


Who will YOU Nominate?
At the Annual Conference, we have the opportunity to recognize our colleagues for their achievements! Individual nominations are sought for NACM's Award of Merit, Perkins Award and Outstanding Early Career Professional Award. Nominations are also sought for NACM's Justice Achievement Award and the Top 10 Court Technology Solutions Awards, which publicly recognize courts and related organizations for projects and accomplishments that enhance the administration of justice. Please check individual award deadlines, most are April 14, 2017!


Conference Scholarships Available to NACM-IACA Joint Annual Conference for NACM Members! Deadline April 28!

2017 Annual Conference registration now open!

National Task Force of Judicial Leaders Releases Resources to Aid State Courts in the Area of Fines, Fees and Bail Practices

NACM Board Seeks Candidates
Interested in declaring your candidacy for a board position? NACM always needs involved members to declare their candidacy for the board and open officer positions. To find out who the current board members and officers are and their terms, click here. Candidates are required to complete the “Declaration of Candidacy” form. Members can also nominate someone to a board position. Required forms and additional information are available online.



President's Message


2017 NACM Conference Videos

2017 Mentorship Video

This is the time of year when many court professionals are involved in discussions with county commissioners or state legislators about court budgets. These conversations give us a unique opportunity to communicate the critical role that courts play in our communities. NACM can be an important support to those of you involved in this work. Articles in the Court Manager, our extensive series of Guides, our webinars, conference videos, and a wide variety of materials produced by NACM and its numerous partners are valuable resources that can help you advocate for the needs of your courts. Of course, tying your resource requests to the NACM Core is a great way to make clear your and your court’s commitment to professionalism, accountability, and performance.

Many of the issues addressed and topics covered in the resources above will be on full display at this year’s Annual Conference, which will be held July 9-13th in Washington, D.C. in conjunction with the International Association for Court Administration. The agenda is set and registration is open. We look forward to seeing you there.