President's Message


Thanks to all who attended as well as watched the live streaming of NACM's Midyear conference in Lost Pines, Texas. The conference was a huge success!  Recorded sessions, both keynotes, and workshops, are available right here on the NACM homepage.

The conference theme, “Founded in Tradition, Focused on the Future,” highlighted NACM's revised Core, tier one, Principle, in Purposes and Responsibilities of the Courts and Public Trust and Confidence in the Courts (the foundational tenets of the Core). Additionally, the Early Career Professionals (ECP) subcommittee sponsored an event benefitting AGE of Central Texas, a regional non-profit organization dedicated to providing support and education to people all along the spectrum of growing older. Donation information can be found on their website

Finally, conference details for this summer's annual conference July 12-16 in Louisville, Kentucky, will soon be available on the NACM website.  The conference theme, “Committed to Excellence, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow,” will focus on tier two, Practice, of the revised Core.

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