• Nov 2018
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    A Lookback at the 2018 NACM Annual Conference

    by Dorothy Howell, Alyce Roberts, Randy Short, and Jeffrey M. Tsunekawa
    Editor’s Note: We hope you enjoy looking back at the NACM 2018 Annual Conference in Atlanta. You can find more photos of the conference on our website and on flickr. Videos of our education sessions can be watched on YouTube. The National Association for Court Management held its 2018 Annual Conference in downtown Atlanta from... Read more »
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    Improving Public Confidence in the Court

    by Barbara Marcille
    Courthouses are typically dignified, formal places, often with armed guards and security equipment at the entrances. Judges wear robes and sit behind raised benches to convey their authority. The judicial branch is responsible for adhering to constitutionally and statutorily mandated requirements, and hallmarks of well-run courts have been timely data entry and the ability to... Read more »
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    Adjudicating in an Unsecured Workplace: How to Assess and Stay Safe

    by John F. Muffler
    Editor’s Note: This article was published in the Judges’ Journal, volume 57, number 2, spring 2018. © 2018 by the American Bar Association. Reproduced with permission. All rights reserved. This information or any portion thereof may not be copied or disseminated in any form or by any means or stored in an electronic database or... Read more »
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    How to Stay Calm in Times of Stress

    by Melissa Eisler
    Editor’s Note: This article first appeared on Melissa Eisler’s Mindful Minutes, a blog about how to live a mindful life, despite having a demanding schedule. Have you ever had a short fuse, overreacted, or lost your cool in a stressful situation? If so, you’re not alone. It can be difficult to remain calm and collected... Read more »