Making a Difference for You and Your Court

The National Association for Court Management is an organization committed to promoting excellence in the profession, advocating for justice related issues, improving our courts and communities and educating court professionals. As a member of NACM, you can play a meaningful role in the development of court management, while accessing the tools you need to most effectively fulfill your position in the courts.

NACM is the most progressive, professional court management association in court administration. To date, we have over 1,700 members consisting of court managers, supervisors, clerks, judicial officers, consultants, researchers, analysts, teachers, students and other professionals in the field. For over 40 years, NACM members have continued to refine the profession of court administration.

There has never been a better time to be a part of NACM!

Membership Justification Letter


Learning to Succeed

Educational Conferences: NACM hosts a midyear and an annual conference each year, bringing together engaging presenters and topics relevant to the profession.

Live Streaming of Conference Presentations: Due to the generosity of the State Justice Institute, conference sessions are live streamed so that those who cannot attend in person can watch from their computer. Live streamed sessions will also be posted on the NACM website and NACM's YouTube channel.

Webinars: Offered throughout the year, webinars are presented by knowledgeable experts on a variety of relevant and timely topics.

NACM Core® provides an opportunity to help both young professionals new to the field, as well as those looking to advance in the field and improve their overall performance.



A primary benefit of NACM membership is the opportunity to grow as a professional through several key resources and opportunities.

Committee Involvement - Committees provide a great opportunity to get involved in NACM and network with other court professionals from around the country while helping shape the direction of the organization.

NACM Mentoring Program - Sign up to become a mentor, or find a mentor to develop your professional skills, leadership, and professional competencies.

Online Community - NACM members can find and connect with colleagues who work in similar areas of the profession.

Social Media - Interact with colleagues by being a part of the LinkedIn and Facebook NACM networks.

Early Career Professionals - Open to any NACM member who has either ten or fewer years of experience in a court or as a judicial branch profession, or is less than 40 years of age.