Nevada Institute for Court Management Fellows Lead Effort to Bring Courses to Nevada
10/11/2018 3:22:43 PM
State Sponsored Certified Court Managers (CCM) Course Coming January 2019
Course title: Purposes and
Responsibilities of Courts (Meets the requirement for CMP Level 1)
Date: January 15-17, 2019 (2.5 days)
Scheduled Faculty: Bobbie Williams, Court Administrator, Douglas County Courts;
Steve Tuttle, Court Administrator, Reno Municipal Court; Joe Tommasino, Esq.,
Staff Attorney, Las Vegas Justice Court
will offer a historical and societal context for the development of the modern
court system. Participants will learn how courts balance their competing
responsibilities of protecting the rights of citizens to due process of law,
while also moving cases to disposition as efficiently as possible.
will study different ways courts can be structured, different methods of
managing cases and court calendars, as well as how to devise strategies to
align court performance, court structure, court operations, and court processes
with court purposes.
Institute of Court Management (ICM) trained each Nevada Fellow during a
train-the-trainer program. This is the first of six courses to be offered by
Nevada-led ICM Fellows over next three years. This is a unique opportunity to
learn national standards from a Nevada perspective.
is open to judges, court administrators, supervisors and other court leaders seeking
certification in recognized judicial and court operating standards.
Participants are responsible for their own lodging and travel arrangements. The
cost of registration for this course is $395.
For more information contact Evie Lancaster, (775) 687-9855 or