Mr. Apperson is currently the Vice President for International Relations at the National Center for State Courts (NCSC), an organization that has the mission to improve judicial administration in the courts of the United States and courts throughout the world. He has taught courses on case management, strategic planning, and systems management in approximately 20 countries. During Mr. Apperson’s tenure with NCSC his duties included, among other things, the following Judicial Governance activities as well as his experience with Judicial Conference Committees of the United States:
Mr. Apperson co-founded and has served as president and CEO of the International Association for Court Administration (IACA) and helped establish the International Journal for Court Administration. Mr. Apperson is currently Chairman of the International Institute for Court Excellence in The Hague. Mr. Apperson served as a Clerk of Court for U.S. Courts and Attorney Advisor to the Administrative Office of U.S. Courts for 27 years and served as Chief of Court Management for ICTY in 2006. He has recently served as an advisor for the merger of ICTY and ICTR case management systems. Mr. Apperson also served as president of the Federal Court Clerks Association and National Conference of Bankruptcy Clerks and is a member of the Supreme Court Bar of the United States.
Jeffrey A. Apperson
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