Indiana Supreme Court
Division of State Court Administration
30 S. Meridian Street, Ste. 500
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Lilia G. Judson, Esq.
Interim Chief Administrative Officer

Pho: 317-232-2542
Fax: 317-233-6586

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State Court Administration > Programs & Projects Programs & Projects

Adult Guardianship
A resource for courts and the general public on all issues related to adult guardianship

Civil Legal Aid Fund
A state fund for legal assistance to indigent persons in civil cases

Communication, Education & Outreach
An office that exists as an avenue for the general public to learn about the courts

Conference for Legal Education (CLEO)
A program to assist minority, low income and educationally disadvantaged college graduates with law school and a legal career

Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP)
Assistance to state courts with planning for how to continue operating during and after an emergency

Court Improvement Program
Assistance to state courts in caring for at-risk families and abused and neglected children

Court Interpreter Certification
A program to evaluate and certify foreign-language interpreters to work in Indiana state courts

Court Reform Grants
A grant program for state courts to improve operations,  access to justice, technology and other infrastructure.

Court Reporter Plans
Policies that govern the fees charged by court reporters to transcribe court proceedings in a given county.

Court Technology
An office dedicated to developing a long-range strategy for technology and automation in Indiana's judicial system, including implementation of a statewide case management system

Family Court Project
A program that focuses on families with more than one case pending in the legal system (multiple case families), or families with complex cases or at-risk situations

Family Violence
Assistance for state courts on matters related to family violence, including civil protection orders, case processing, best practices, and training

Guardian Ad Litem / Court Appointed Special Advocates (GAL/CASA)
A program to train community volunteers to speak up for children who find themselves, through no fault of their own, involved in the juvenile justice system

Grant Programs Administered by State Court Administration and the Indiana Judicial Center
Grants or reimbursements to Indiana counties for special projects and the daily work of the judicial system

Information Management
A program to oversee the creation, maintenance, access, and disposal of court records

Judicial Qualifications / Nomination
The commission that investigates allegations of judicial misconduct and evaluates candidates for appellate judicial vacancies

Local ADR Plans
A program to assist state courts in developing plans for alternative dispute resolution that are compliant with state law and best practices

Local Rules
A program to coordinate and publish local court rules and ensure courts are compliant with Trial Rule 81

Mortgage Foreclosure Trial Court Assistance Project
Instructions for judicial officers and other court personnel on requesting assistance for current or proposed trial court settlement conference programs

Private Judges
Contact information for private judges, which litigants could agree to hire to try certain civil cases

Problem Solving Courts
The Division provides grant funding for this program, which integrates alcohol and other drug treatment services with justice system case processing in an effort to reduce criminal recidivism and substance abuse

Public Defender Commission
This commission recommends standards for indigent defense in capital cases, adopts guidelines for county reimbursement eligibility, and approves requests for reimbursement in capital cases

Race & Gender Fairness
A commission to study methods to improve race and gender fairness in the courts, legal system, legal service providers, public organizations, state and local government

Self-Service Legal Center
A website that serves as a source of information and forms for litigants who choose to go to court without a lawyer

Senior Judges
A program for state courts to use the services of retired or former judges to supplement existing judicial resources

Trial Court Management & Statistics
An office charged with collecting and publishing statistical information on the caseload and fiscal activities of all courts and probation offices throughout the state

Trial Court Services
An office responsible for managing the payroll and benefit programs for all state trial court judges, prosecuting attorneys, and other judicial officials paid with state funds

Weighted Caseload Measures 
An annual evaluation that assigns time values to specific case types for appropriate allocation of judicial resources