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By donating to the NCJFCJ, you help us inform the field of juvenile and family law, and hence to protect and heal those that need us most – the children, families and victims that come before our nation’s juvenile and family courts.

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The NCJFCJ is devoted to ensure justice for every family and every child in courts throughout the country. We are one of the largest and oldest judicial membership organizations in the nation, serving an estimated 30,000 professionals in domestic relations, and the juvenile and family justice system.

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Conference & Workshops

22nd Annual Child Abuse and Neglect Institute

Reno, Nevada
Jun 11 - 15
Conference & Workshops

81st Annual Conference

Denver, Colorado
Jul 22 - 25
Conference & Workshops

National Judicial Institute on Domestic Child Sex Trafficking

Portland, Oregon
Aug 13 - 15
Conference & Workshops

2018 Managing Challenging Family Law Cases: A Practical Approach

Reno, Nevada
Oct 8 - 11

NCJFCJ Recognizes National Crime Victims' Rights Week 2018


NCJFCJ Recognizes National Child Abuse Prevention Month


NCJFCJ Resolves to Eliminate Fines, Fees, and Costs in Juvenile Courts

Our impact

judges educated through conferences, workshops, webinars and technical assistance
years of service to the lives of families and children who seek justice
courts in our network that hear child welfare and juvenile justice cases
visits to NCJJ's Statistical Briefing Book

Recent publications

The NCJFCJ and its research division, the NCJJ, provides the nation’s courts with the latest information on a wide variety of issues affecting children and families. We publish resources such as monographs, journals, bench cards, bulletins, briefs and more.

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Organizational Members

William S. Boyd School of Law, Las Vegas, Nevada

NCJFCJ Project Sites

The National Center for Juvenile Justice is NCJFCJ's research division, focusing on juvenile justice research, data, and statistics National Judicial Institute on Domestic Violence, offering education on domestic violence issues for judges across the country The Family Court Enhancement Project, a demonstration initiative designed to build the capacity of four sites to improve custody decision-making in the context of domestic violence Juvenile Drug Treatment Court Information Center, provides visitors with multiple tools, resources, and publications Judicial Engagement Network, to identify, engage, encourage, and support judges nationally Juvenile Justice GPS, an online repository providing visitors with a broad view of juvenile justice in each state and nationally Logo of Resource Center on Domestic Violence: Child Protection and Custody Safe Havens, enhancing safety for children and adult victims by increasing opportunities for supervised visitation and safe exchange Statistical Briefing Book, interactive tool to find data and statistics on juvenile justice in each state School Justice Partnership, enhancing collaboration and coordination among schools, mental and behavioral health specialists, law enforcement, and juvenile justice officials to help students succeed in school The TA2TA Project offers specialized services to Office on Violence Against Women Technical Assistance providers that facilitate collaboration and communication