National Conference of Specialized Court Judges (NCSCJ)

The NCSCJ is the Judicial Division's home to judges of limited and special jurisdiction from around the country. It works to promote a representative, educated and sensitive judiciary providing equal justice under the law and to assist judges in meeting challenges facing the judiciary.

The 2021 National Traffic Academy

May 19 - 20 | Virtual CLE Meeting

With the increase in use of both illicit and prescription drugs in our communities, we face new types of impaired drivers - the drug impaired and poly-drug impaired driver - and new challenges for our criminal justice system. Judges, prosecutors, defense counsel, court administrators all play a role in how courts respond. Join us this May to learn about the latest developments in traffic court law surrounding these issues.

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Accepting Nominations for 3 NCSCJ Awards

The NCSCJ is now accepting nominations for our 3 prestigious Awards: The Flaschner Award, The McMahon Award, and The Judicial Education Award. Nominations are due Friday, May 7, 2021.

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NCSCJ 2021 Nominating Committee Report

See the Nominating Committee’s recommendations for vacancies on the 2021-2021 NCSCJ Executive Committee.

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Join a NCSCJ Comittee

Participation is the key to Lawyers Conference providing members a lively and open forum for analysis, debate, education and production of publications, software, and videos, as well as programs to enhance the administration of justice.

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National Traffic Safety News

"Highway to Justice" is a complimentary newsletter produced through a joint project with the ABA and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. "Highway to Justice" is designed to be a source for updates on national traffic safety news.

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Contact NCSCJ

Julie Peacock, Program Associate, 800.238.2667 ext. 6093, 321 North Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60654