Since 1973, the National Conference of Appellate Court Clerks has sought to improve the administration of appellate courts. Through outstanding educational conferences, committee activities, publications, and exchanges between members, the NCACC promotes best practices in appellate court administration.
Regular membership in the Conference is "open to all clerks, assistant clerks or deputy clerks, or other similar positions bearing different titles of courts of last resort or intermediate appellate courts." Although we have the word "National" in our name, membership in the NCACC is not limited to courts in the United States.
Our Code of Professional Conduct
The National Conference of Appellate Court Clerks, mindful that the character and conduct of its members should never be objects of indifference, and that declared ethical standards should become habits of life, adopts these principles which should govern the personal practice of appellate court clerks. The administration of justice requires appellate court clerks to adhere to the highest ideals of personal and official conduct.
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