back to home
 
 

News & Updates
                              
Harvard Ash Center Bright IdeasJI recognized as 2017 Harvard Ash Center Bright Ideas in Government.
Learn more...
          
Save the Date 4/27/17
at 6p.m. for the 11th Annual Evening at the Courthouse.
Learn more...
             
March 22, 2017
JI Awarded $10,000 from Unite Charlotte Grant to Aid in Rebuilding Community Trust.
Learn more...
                      
March 17, 2017
JI partners with Belk for the Spring Charity Sale on April 29, 2017.
Learn more...
                                        
March 17, 2017
Applications for Court Camp are now being accepted.
Learn more...
             
February 28, 2017
JI FY 2015-2016 Annual Report is now published.
Learn more...
                                  
February 26, 2017
JI welcomes newest Board of Directors members Brian Church and Alyssa Levine.
           
February 14, 2017
Nominations for the tenth annual Raising the Bar Award are now open.
Learn more...
                                          
News & Updates Archive

       
Need help with court forms?
I-CAN! Legal is a low cost online application that will fill out court forms for you by asking you simple questions and putting your answers on the forms in the correct place.
Go to I-CAN!
    
    
Need to check on the status of a court calendar?
Our Interactive Court Calendars system gives Mecklenburg County Bar members the ability to review the status of trial dockets and update the status of their own cases.
Go to Interactive Court Calendars
  
   
View our Wikipedia profile
 
   
UNCC Justice Initiatives Award - Description
     
Each year, Justice Initiatives provides a $500 award to one full-time undergraduate student and one graduate student majoring in criminal justice at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte who plan to pursue a career in the court/legal system. The award is made available through a competitive process. Applicants submit a transcript, a resume, two letters of recommendation (one of which must be a from a criminal justice faculty member), a personal statement about future career goals, and an essay that discusses the challenges facing the judicial branch in general and local courts in particular. The essay must then address the role an intermediate justice system organization like JI can play in helping to advance the needs of the court system to better serve the community.
   
   
              

        


   

 
...to educate the community about the court system and advocate, support and advance its needs and interests.