The official journal of the International Association for Court Administration is the International Journal for Court Administration (Journal).  Publication of the Journal commenced in 2008.  Markus Zimmer is the Executive Editor and Dr. Tim Bunjevac and Dr. Gar Yein Ng are the Co-Managing Editors.  IACA currently publishes two issues – one in the spring and one in the fall – each year.  The Journal is published in electronic format, can be accessed on the IJCA website ( and is made available free of charge to IACA’s members and friends. To be placed on the email distribution list, please send a request to [email protected]

As its name suggests, IJCA focuses on contemporary court administration and management. Its scope is international, and the editors welcome submissions from court officials, judges, justice ministry officials, academics and others whose professional, research projects, and interests lie in the practical aspects of the effective administration of justice. For more information on IJCA's editorial policy and authors’ guidelines, please visit ijca-information.

The International Journal for Court Administration is an initiative of IACA's Executive Board and its diverse membership. The Journal is an effective communications vehicle for the international exchange of experiences, ideas and information on court management, and contributes to improving the administration of justice in all countries. The collective international experience of its Executive Board and Editors has been that every judicial system, even in countries in the earlier stages of transition, has elements that may be of interest to others. The variations in practice and procedure from one region of the world to another, from one court system to another, also reveal major similarities across all systems. IJCA serves as a resource for justice system professionals interested in learning about new and innovative practices in court and justice system administration and management, in common law, continental, and Sharia-based legal systems throughout the world.

The Journal accepts advertising from businesses, organizations, and others relating to court and justice systems by way of services, equipment, conferences, etc.  The Journal also gratefully accepts sponsorships to help cover the administrative costs of producing, editing and formatting individual issues.