Jude Del Preore is court administrator in Burlington County, New Jersey and is responsible for managing and coordinating the operations of a judicial district, including financial management, human resources, information systems, case coordination, caseflow management, probation services (including child support enforcement), and jury utilization. He has been in the field of both court and corrections administration for over 35 years and has served on numerous judicial and legislative subcommittees, planning groups, and advisory boards. He is a certified trainer and has served as an adjunct faculty member at Seton Hall Law School, two county colleges, several county police academies, and the New Jersey State Administrative Office of the Courts Training and Organizational Development Unit. He is a member of the Warren E. Burger Society of the National Center for State Courts. He was president of the Mid-Atlantic Association for Court Management and is NACM’s immediate past president and liaison to the American Bar Association Task Force on Preservation of the Justice System. He completed his undergraduate education at Rutgers University and holds a master’s degree in public administration from Kean University. He is a Fellow of Court Executive Development Program of the Institute for Court Management.