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

Hyatt Regency Crystal City
Washington, DC

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6.20.17
Information from the CCJ Civil Justice Improvements Committee: Cover LetterImplementation Roadmap

6.8.17
ANNUAL CONFERENCE UPDATE:
NACM's Joint Annual Conference with IACA is full! We have a wait list at this time. While it is a great problem to have, we regret that we can not accommodate the demand! There will be live stream sessions available during the conference and after so you can watch even if you cannot be there. Questions? conferences@ncsc.org

2018 Midyear Conference Call for Proposals
Submission deadline: July 31, 2017

5.2.17
Great Bus Tour Event at the Annual Conference
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In just a few weeks we’ll gather in the Washington, D.C. for our Annual Conference. Many thanks are due to the Conference Development Committee, ably chaired by NACM’s President-Elect Vicky Carlson and her dedicated team, which included quite a few members of the leadership team of the International Association for Court Administration, our partner for this year’s conference. Planning for this joint conference began nearly three years ago, and since then many hours have been spent designing an educational agenda and networking opportunities that are of the highest quality. We think you will agree.

As you have no doubt heard, the conference is sold out and we currently have a waiting list. Remember that all of the conference’s plenary sessions and many of the breakout sessions will be live-streamed and archived. If you are not able to join us in person we hope you will be able to join us remotely. Go to the conference website for information on how to live-stream the sessions.

I will step down as President at the conclusion of the conference. Thank you very much for the opportunity to serve you as NACM President. It has been an honor to do so. Service to the association can take many forms, and many opportunities exist for you to become involved. If you are new to NACM or have questions about what service opportunities are available, reach out to me or any member of the Board at the conference, or contact any of us by email. We’d love to hear from you and discuss ways to include you in NACM’s efforts to strengthen the profession.

-Scott