National Center for State Courts Law and Legal Definition
The National Center for State Courts (NCSC) is an independent, nonprofit court improvement organization. It acts as a clearinghouse for research information and comparative data to support improvement in judicial administration in state courts. The NCSC collects information by collaborative work with the Conference of Chief Justices, the Conference of State Court Administrators, and other associations of judicial leaders.
The NCSC is responsible for improving judicial administration in the U.S. and all around the globe. It functions as a think-tank, library, non-profit consulting firm for the courts, advocate for judicial and legislative reform, and a center of education in the field of judicial administration.
The NCSC provides expertise web resources to hands-on assistance. To get tailored benefits, judges and court administrators can register for educational courses or contract with NCSC researchers and consultants for evaluation, assessment, and implementation of court improvement tools and methods.
Legal Definition list
- National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards, and Student Testing [CRESST]
- National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
- National Center for Minority Health and Health Disparities
- National Center for Injury Prevention and Control
- National Center for HIV/AIDS, STD, and TB Prevention
- National Center for State Courts
- National Center for Victims of Crime
- National Center on Institutions and Alternatives
- National Child Labor Committee
- National Child Search Assistance Act
- National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act [NCVIA]