Nevada Judiciary News

  • New Webinar! 2019 CIP Understanding & Using Data Available to You (Chapin Hall's Foster Care Data Archive)
    8/28/2019 3:34:56 PM

    Data on child welfare case processing and outcomes are not always easy to come by. At the state level, the child welfare agency must report specific data point to the federally government. These data are made available to the public, however, they are limited in scope and only include the largest jurisdictions in the state. Chapin Hall, through their Foster Care Data Archive, works with states to compile their child welfare data in a meaningful way. (more…)

  • Supreme Court Law Library Releases Guide to Navigate Nevada Law Resources
    8/27/2019 10:43:51 AM

    The Nevada Supreme Court Law Library has released a new publication about finding Nevada law and legal resources. The guide is accessible on the Law Library’s website at https://nvcourts.link/LocateNVLaw.

  • Katherine R. Malzahn-Bass Awarded Innovator of the Year
    8/22/2019 8:03:53 AM

    The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) awarded Katherine R. Malzahn-Bass, Court Improvement Program Coordinator for the Supreme Court of Nevada, the 2019 Innovator of the Year award for her efforts on Nevada’s Statewide Juvenile Dependency Mediation Program. She was recognized at the NCJFCJ’s 82nd Annual Conference highlighting innovative topics, social issues and solutions to the challenges facing the juvenile and family court system.

  • Supreme Court Seeks Foreclosure Mediators
    7/29/2019 7:53:30 AM

    The Supreme Court is seeking applications from people wishing to serve as a foreclosure mediator. Individuals appointed by the Supreme Court in 2017 will need to reapply as their 2-year appointments are expiring.

  • Court Improvement Program News and Report - 1st Quarter 2019
    5/28/2019 10:41:36 AM

    During the past quarter (January through March 2019), the Court Improvement Program (CIP) has focused on three primary strategies: improving timeliness to permanency for children; increasing judicial, attorney, and stakeholder’s knowledge and expertise; and building systemic capacity through continual quality improvement (CQI) and data exchange.