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  • ABA honors NCSC President McQueen NCSC President Mary C. McQueen has been awarded the 2014 John Marshall Award, presented by the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Judicial Division. read more
  • Calif. AOC Dir. Steven Jahr retiring Steven Jahr, a former trial court judge who came out of his initial retirement to help lead the Administrative Office of the Courts during a time of transition, is set to retire once again after serving two years. read more
  • Demand for court interpreters climbs Last month, Arthur W. Pepin, director of the New Mexico’s AOC, pleaded with the state’s finance board for more money. He said that since he could not stop paying interpreters he would have to start giving jurors an i.o.u. because the relevant fund was running out of cash. read more
  • CCJ/COSCA respond to "Guilty and Charged" CCJ and COSCA has released a statement emphasizing that courts do not have full control over what fees and fines are charged — and that courts shouldn't be collectors of revenue. read more
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The Conference of State Court Administrators (COSCA), established in 1955, is dedicated to the improvement of state court systems. Its membership consists of the state court administrator or equivalent official in each of the fifty states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, and the Virgin Islands.

Annual Report

In NCSC’s 2013 Annual Report, leaders in the court community tell their stories of how working with NCSC improved their court’s operations and helped find solutions to ongoing challenges.

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