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One of the most challenging areas for judges is integrating the use of data, statistics, and logic models in system change. In addition to analyzing data, simply identifying what sort of research is credible and usable can be a difficult task. In this section, judges can find practical and understandable resources on research and data, as well as explanations to common research related questions.

Current Court Research and Its Implications for Domestic Violence Victims

The Self-Represented Litigant Phenomenon: Implications for Justice Seekers and Justice Providers in Domestic Violence Cases, presented by Julie McFarlane, JD and LLM, Independent Consultant for the NCJFCJ and Distinguished University Professor and Professor of Law at the University of Windsor, and Nancy Ver Steegh, JD, Independent Consultant for the NCJFCJ and Professor of Law at William Mitchell College of Law.

Latest Research in Addiction and Treatment: Presentation at Community Courts Conference 2018

A presentation from Dr. Joshua D. Lee, Associate Professor, NYU Langone Health, New York, NY, at our International Community Courts and Public Safety conference in Birmingham, Alabama, May 7-9, 2018.