Swift Justice isn't the name of a bad legal thriller; it's what the National Center for State Courts is after. The not-for-profit center was founded in 1971 to reduce backlogs and delays in state courts by providing a network to transmit innovations and improvements from one court to another. Today the center acts primarily as an education, training, and advocacy center for judges, administrators, and state court constituents. The organization publishes topical reports with titles such as Trends in the State Courts and Survey of Judicial Salaries, as well as its periodical Justice System Journal.

National Center for State Courts also provides foreign consultation services through its International Programs Division (IPD), established in 1992. With an emphasis on assisting emerging, fragile, and post-conflict nations, the group has worked in more than 30 countries including Afghanistan, Haiti, and Kosovo. IPD was granted consultative status to the United Nations in 2006.

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300 Newport Ave
Williamsburg, VA 23185-4147
Phone: 1 (757) 253-2000
Fax: 1 (757) 229-0449


  • Employer Type: Private Non Profit
  • Vice President: Jeffrey Apperson
  • V Pres: Thomas M Clarke
  • Executive Assistant, President: Stacey A Smith

Major Office Locations

  • Williamsburg, VA

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