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National Center for State Courts

ORGANIZATION

"The National Center, founded in 1971 by the Conference of Chief Justices and former Chief Justice Warren E. Burger, provides education, training, and technology, management, and research services to the nationís state courts. The National Center also is taking the lead on several key issues facing the justice system. For example, it has established a major civil justice initiative, a multi-year project that is examining best practices in civil case management and how complex litigation procedures can be improved. Other national initiatives being driven by the National Center include judicial selection reform and increasing citizen participation in jury service."

Official Website:
http://www.ncsconline.org/

Location:
Williamsburg, VA

Founding Date:
1971

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Hank Barnette
Business
c. 1934   CEO of Bethlehem Steel, 1992-2000
Warren Burger
Judge
17-Sep-1907 25-Jun-1995 US Chief Justice, 1969-86
Christine M. Durham
Judge
3-Aug-1945   Utah Chief Justice
Thomas A. Gottschalk
Attorney
5-Jul-1942   General Counsel of General Motors, 1994-2006
Wallace B. Jefferson
Judge
22-Jul-1963   Texas Chief Justice
Robert D. Joffe
Attorney
26-May-1943 28-Jan-2010 Partner, Cravath, Swaine & Moore
Charles W. Matthews, Jr.
Attorney
c. 1945   General Counsel of Exxon Mobil
Ronald L. Olson
Attorney
1941   Munger Tolles & Olson
Larry D. Thompson
Attorney
15-Nov-1945   General Counsel of Pepsi
Jean Hoefer Toal
Judge
11-Aug-1943   South Carolina Chief Justice


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