Reports for Improving North Carolina’s Court System Now Available for Public Comment

The North Carolina Commission on the Administration of Law and Justice (NCCALJ) today issued a series of interim reports detailing its work to date and inviting public comment. Comment may be provided online at www.nccalj.org/interim-reports or in person at one of these four public meetings: Wednesday, August 3, 6:00-7:30 p.m. at the Guilford Technical Community College, … Continued

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Full Commission Meeting June 10, 2016 (Video)

The North Carolina Commission on the Administration of Law and Justice (NCCALJ) full commission meeting, June 10, 2016. Chief Justice Martin brings welcome remarks and each of the NCCALJ’s five committees delivers an update on the committees’ work to date.

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Study of N.C. Judicial Branch Reaches Midpoint of Work

Public Hearings Scheduled in August The North Carolina Commission on the Administration of Law and Justice (NCCALJ) marked a milestone in its work today, reaching the midway point in its 16-month tenure. NCCALJ was convened by Chief Justice Mark Martin at the end of September 2015 to conduct a comprehensive review of the North Carolina Judicial … Continued

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NCCALJ Welcomes Judge Wanda G. Bryant as Newest Commission Member

February 15, 2016 Judge Wanda G. Bryant was recently appointed as the newest commissioner on the North Carolina Commission on the Administration of Law and Justice (NCCALJ).  She will be working with the NCCALJ’s Public Trust and Confidence Committee.  Judge Bryant has served on the North Carolina Court of Appeals since 2001.

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Polls: Courts Efficient but Not Always Fair

North Carolinians seem to think the state’s courts run efficiently but not necessarily fairly. Those are the results of a recent pair of polls conducted as part of a mission by the state court system to take a good look at itself. In March, state Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark Martin delivered a state of … Continued

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Public Polls to Inform Study to Strengthen N.C. Courts

The NCCALJ recently partnered with Elon’s and High Point University’s Polling Centers to conduct a ten-question survey of North Carolinians’ views of the state’s courts. The two polling centers released their survey results on November 19. Below are links to the data from those two surveys. The results of these surveys will be used to inform the … Continued

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