President’s Message

by Paul DeLosh
There are many amazing things happening with the National Association for Court Management (NACM). With the help and support of our members, partners, and sponsors, we’re able to excel at our mission in educating court professionals, providing community, sharing information,... Read more »

Editor’s Note

by Tasha Ruth
KonMari-ing the Courts The other day my husband and I discovered the Netflix series Tidying Up with Marie Kondo, a series of allegedly “inspiring home makeovers.” If you’re not familiar, Marie Kondo uses the innovative KonMari Method™ from her best-selling... Read more »

Early Career Professionals

by Angie VanSchoick
I don’t recall how I first learned about NACM. Most likely, my predecessor had been a member, and it seemed to be a good idea to join myself. Honestly, I had “fallen” into the court administrator position by happenstance. It... Read more »

Courtside Conversation

by Dawn Palermo
Celebrating those who have been NACM Members since 1985 when NACM was founded. *Interviewees were asked various questions about NACM and their long-standing membership. G. Terry AragonJeffrey M. ArnoldJean AtkinKent Batty*P. Mark BerkshireKevin J. Bowling*David K. BoydDavid A. CableSheila Gonzalez... Read more »

A Question of Ethics

by Peter C. Kiefer
It is cliché to say that technology is constantly changing our lives, yet it is also an undeniable truth. Questions we once considered hypothetically are now commonplace choices. One such question involves the ethics of casually recording events and meetings... Read more »

IJIS Exchange

by Joseph D.K. Wheeler
A COLUMN DEDICATED TO THE EXCHANGE OF IDEAS ON INFORMATION SHARING IN JUSTICESue Humphreys, IJIS Courts Advisory Committee, Vice Chair Congratulations! Your team just selected an excellent proposal for your new system. Even more exciting, it’s cloud based, a first... Read more »

Management Musings

by Giuseppe M. Fazari
In the New York Times best seller The Good Neighbor: The Life and Work of Fred Rogers, Maxwell King discusses one of the most recognizable articles of clothing in American pop culture—the red knit cardigan that Fred Rogers would change... Read more »