Partners 2016-10-24T14:41:02+00:00

Our Partners

The NJC has become a leading resource for government agencies seeking assistance with judicial-related projects and programs. The NJC presents an average of 21-30 federal grant programs annually. Grant-related projects range in scope and complexity from providing national resources on Capital Litigation Improvement issues, to developing publications and technical assistance on Caseflow Management and Sentencing Sex Offenders initiatives. Working with our many partners has made the NJC a leading choice for providing customized programs and technical assistance to the judicial branch.

The NJC offers a broad range of specialized, practical and advanced programming designed specifically for state, local, administrative law, military, and tribal justice systems. Many of the College’s advanced and specialized programs are offered at select sites throughout the country and consist of conferences, workshops, needs assessments, and staff development focused on an organization’s specific issues. The NJC also serves numerous international countries with educational programs and technical assistance leading to a greater understanding of effective justice issues and the rule of law.

The NJC has become a leading resource for government agencies seeking assistance with judicial-related projects and programs. The NJC presents an average of 21-30 federal grant programs annually. Grant-related projects range in scope and complexity from providing national resources on Capital Litigation Improvement issues, to developing publications and technical assistance on Caseflow Management and Sentencing Sex Offenders initiatives. Working with our many partners has made the NJC a leading choice for providing customized programs and technical assistance to the judicial branch. The NJC offers a broad range of specialized, practical and advanced programming designed specifically for state, local, administrative law, military, and Tribal justice systems. Many of the College’s advanced and specialized programs are offered at select sites throughout the country and consist of conferences, workshops, needs assessments, and staff development focused on an organization’s specific issues. The NJC also serves numerous international countries with educational programs and technical assistance leading to a greater understanding of effective justice issues and the rule of law.

Strategic partnerships enable the NJC to develop shared processes for mutual success in achieving goals that no individual organization could achieve on its own. Building these innovative partnerships with key justice entity stakeholders has allowed the NJC to expand its reach and scope of judicial education offerings. Building a balanced perspective on national and international judicial issues, the NJC continues to seek innovative partnerships, programs and technical assistance to state justice systems on a variety of topics and issues. These programs are often collaborations with entities such as the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance, National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration, Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration, National Center for Justice and the Rule of Law, Pew Research Center, National Center for State Courts, and the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges.