Trial Court Coordination Councils
Trial Court Coordination Councils-or TCCC's-are now being formed by counties throughout the state with a specific purpose in mind: to work toward maximum utilization of judicial and court resources among all trial court levels.
It is envisioned that each jurisdiction will develop a comprehensive system of cooperation, coordination and collaboration among the trial courts. The goal is to work toward maximum utilization of judicial and other court resources by first developing and then implementing a comprehensive trial court coordination plan. Presiding judges and court managers working with trial court coordinating councils and others should actively collaborate with court leaders and others in their jurisdiction to minimize duplication of services and maximize court resources - both judicial and administrative.
For assistance in creating a local TCCC, for information on the activities of existing Councils, or for aid with research on proposed coordination projects, please contact the Office of the Administrator for the Courts at Council@courts.wa.gov.News Items
Trial Court Coordination Projects
Project 2001 TCCC Recommendation
BJA Trial Court Coordination Resolution
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