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2018 Midyear Conference
February 11-13, 2018

Hyatt Regency Orange County
Garden Grove, CA



SRLN is accepting education session proposals for the SRLN18 Conference. Submit your session proposal by September 29, 2017.

NACM Announces New Editors for Court Manager and Court Express

NACM cares:  Donate now to the American Red Cross to help the victims of Hurricane Harvey.

Do you have any hot topic ideas for the Shared Interest Groups (SIGs) at the 2018 NACM Midyear Conference?  Please let us know!

Information from the CCJ Civil Justice Improvements Committee: Cover LetterImplementation Roadmap



President's Message


2017 Annual NACM Conference Videos

2017 Mentorship Video

Thank you to those who were able to attend the joint conference with the International Association for Court Administration in Washington D.C. This conference brought together over 900 attendees and exhibitors and an opportunity to share best practices and knowledge with court leaders from around the world. There was an abundance of educational sessions as well as some amazing networking opportunities. The Library of Congress was an evening filled with rich history, food and networking. Many thanks go out to the NACM board, NCSC, and committee members who spent numerous hours working on the details of the joint conference.

As you may know, the annual conference sold out for the first time in recent NACM history and there was a waiting list. As we search for future hotels, we will be looking for larger venues to accommodate the growing attendance. If you were unable to attend, all of the conference’s plenary sessions and many of the breakout sessions will be available soon for viewing on our website.

Finally, I want to thank Scott Griffith, past president, for his service to NACM. Scott was an insightful leader for NACM and has left the association in a good position to continue building relationships with our NACM partners. As I step into this role, please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns you have. Your feedback is valuable to the association. Also, I would encourage you to get involved in the association. There are many opportunities from committee or project work to volunteering in some fashion at the conferences. If you are new to NACM, we also have a wonderful mentoring opportunity where we can partner you with another NACM member. Feel free to call on me or any board member or contact us by email. We welcome your questions, ideas and feedback.