The Academy of Architecture for Justice (AAJ) promotes and fosters the exchange of information and knowledge between members, professional organizations, and the public for high-quality planning, design, and delivery of justice architecture.
The National Association for Court Management is pleased to announce that the call for proposals for its 2020 conferences is now open. This call for proposals is for both our midyear conference in February in Charlotte, NC, and our annual conference in July in New Orleans, LA. The NACM website has all of the information including dates, locations and themes for our conferences. Proposals for both conferences are accepted on a continuing basis. The request for proposal form may be found on the NACM website here.
Please consider submitting a proposal that have projects or programs that you believe would be an excellent keynote or workshop session. To provide the greatest assistance, NAMC developed several accompanying forms that outline general information about past conferences, themes, submission deadlines, as well as expectations for plenary and workshop sessions. NACM Conferences are known nationally for excellent educational programming and outstanding speakers each year. The purpose of the conferences is to advance the administration of justice through enhanced learning opportunities for our members and participants. In addition to the conference presentation, many sessions are selected for live-streaming and recording so that a large audience of members can participate off site or at a later time. NACM also develops webcasts, podcasts, guidebooks, and written articles for members so that court personnel have an opportunity to gain valuable information anytime.