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Georgia Council
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Established 1997


  • January 15, 2016 4:55 PM | Tracy BeMent

    It's time again to renew your membership!  Check your inbox for your renewal notice.

  • July 23, 2015 11:26 AM | Tracy BeMent

    William Herndon Lifetime Achievement Award

    The William Barclay Herndon Award may be awarded to a court manager or non-court manager who significantly contributes or contributed to the profession of court management in the state of Georgia over their lifetime.

    Program of the Year

    The Program of the Year award may be given to a program in the state of Georgia that demonstrates a benefit to a local community or the state and which exemplifies the administration of justice in a cost effective manner.  The nominations should include the following:

    1. Cover Letter. The cover letter should not be more than two pages in length, should briefly state the purpose and the success of the program.

    2. Program Submissions. The program submissions should not be more than five (5) pages in length, and should include the following:

    • ·      An explanation of the existing process and problem.
    • ·      An outline target group.
    • ·      List of the team members who worked on process or project.
    • ·      Describe solutions and alternative solutions (if appropriate).
    • ·      Describe program details.

    3. Nominations will be evaluated on the following:

    • ü  Transferability of Programs
    • ü  Uniqueness of Program - Creativity / Innovation
    • ü  Durability of Program
    • ü  Goals met in Program
    • ü  Cost Analysis – “Bang for the Buck”

    Please remember to submit only programs that have actually been implemented and evaluated. Awards are announced at the Fall Conference.


    Please remit all nominations before August 28, 2015 by e-mail to:

  • June 30, 2015 11:56 AM | Tracy BeMent

    Applications for officer and board positions are being accepted!  

    Your council desires your participation! If you are qualified (current on dues and in good standing with your level of GCCA certification) and willing to serve, Officer and at-large positions are available on the executive committee. We are currently taking applications for the following positions: President-Elect, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and five (5) other committee positions. 

    If interested please email your application and supporting documents to Cheston Roney, by July 24th

    GCCA Declaration of Candidacy.pdf

  • May 19, 2015 11:40 AM | GCCA (Administrator)

    New changes are coming.  Stay tuned for more!

  • May 18, 2015 8:59 AM | Tracy BeMent


    Why Seek Mentorship In GCCA?

    GCCA is the premier forum for court management and leadership in Georgia.  Our organization includes the most diverse court leaders in the state from all disciplines within the field of court administration.  GCCA retains more than 200 active members across the state who work for every class of court, both general and limited jurisdiction.

    What is Mentoring?

    Mentoring is a partnership between an experienced GCCA member (the Mentor) and a GCCA member in good standing (the Mentee) who desires additional professional knowledge, expertise or guidance. The partnership is based on trust, respect, confidentiality and a commitment to the administration of justice. Through regular and timely contact, the Mentor will guide and support while answering questions, providing referrals, and sharing experiences and opportunities for growth with the Mentee.

    More information

  • April 20, 2015 11:33 AM | Tracy BeMent
    leadership conference is underway at Brasstwon Valley...
  • April 13, 2015 11:32 AM | Tracy BeMent

    The Board welcomes Stephanie Hines and Robbie Walka to fill two recent vacancies.

  • January 07, 2015 9:25 AM | Tracy BeMent

    A updated list of this year's officers and board members is posted at Executive Board

  • January 07, 2015 9:22 AM | Tracy BeMent

    The 2014 award goes to the Cobb County Superior Court's Family Law Workshop.  For more information, please see  Program of the Year Awards

  • March 10, 2014 10:46 AM | Anonymous

    The J.W. Fanning Institute published an article on the Athens Peer Court winning the program of the year award. 


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