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  • 25 Mar 2016 1:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Reno, Nevada. March 25, 2016. The Nevada Association of Court Executives (NACE), a professional organization that promotes quality court management and leadership through education, best practices, and process improvements, named Ms. Heather Condon as its 2015 Court Executive of the Year. Ms. Condon, who is the Pretrial Services Manager at the Second Judicial District Court, received multiple letters of support from the Nevada judiciary for this award.

    Mr. Randall Soderquist, Court Administrator for the Municipal and Justice Courts in Elko, Nevada, presented the award. He discussed the statewide reform efforts underway to improve the assessment of pretrial release of those individuals alleged to have committed a crime. Explaining her role in this statewide movement, Mr. Soderquist acknowledged, “Heather has been an integral part.”

    Supreme Court Justice James W. Hardesty also spoke of Ms. Condon’s participation on a statewide Supreme Court Committee aimed at changing pretrial release practices across the State. Justice Hardesty recognized Ms. Condon for her tremendous innovations and suggestions. In May 2016, representatives from the State of Nevada will participate in a Western Regional Conference in New Mexico to discuss the State’s initiatives aimed at improving best practices in pretrial release. At Justice Hardesty’s invitation, Ms. Condon will also be present. Justice Hardesty explained that “she has not only brought attention and distinction to the Second Judicial District Court, she has brought honor and distinction to the State of Nevada, and the Country will recognize her work.”

    Ms. Condon’s family was also present for the ceremony.


  • 24 Mar 2016 1:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Carson City, Nevada. March 24, 2016. The Nevada Association of Court Executives (NACE) named the Supreme Court of Nevada as its “Court of the Year” for 2015. NACE, a professional organization that promotes quality court management and leadership, recognizes one court each year as its top performer.

    Full press release from the Nevada Supreme Court: NACE Award Recognizes Nevada Supreme Court as 2015 Court of the Year


  • 19 Jan 2016 5:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Executive Board is pleased to introduce Mr. Randall Soderquist as the President of NACE. The Board voted to appoint Mr. Soderquist after no nominations for President were received during the election period. Mr. Soderquist is the Court Administrator for the Elko Justice Court and the Elko Municipal Court. He was previously the Court Administrator for the West Wendover Municipal Court and the Eastline Justice Court. Before his appointment, he served NACE as the Rural Courts Representative-at-Large, where he co-chaired the Membership Committee with Julie Wise, the Urban Courts Representative-at-Large. “Randall’s energy and enthusiasm are contagious, I look forward to working with him on our upcoming initiatives,” says NACE’s Vice-President Scott Sosebee. Mr. Soderquist’s term as President runs from January 2016 to December 2017.

    Mr. Soderquist’s appointment also leaves a vacancy for NACE’s Rural Courts Representative-at-Large position. Please email info@nevadacourtexecutives.com if you would like to be considered for this appointment.


  • 02 Nov 2015 8:00 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    "NACM has created a brief 3-minute video detailing the content of the Core. The Core video is a primer on the development, application and use of NACM’s long-standing foundation of court administration training and educational programming." via http://nacmcore.org


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