Stacey Marz is the Administrative Director of the Alaska Court System where she is responsible for statewide court operations. Stacey’s strong focus on managing through an access to justice lens comes from her past experience overseeing the court system’s statewide remote facilitated self-help services, ADR, and language access services. She has championed using technology to bridge the access to justice gap and to improve court efficiency. Stacey has worked on many access to justice initiatives, including triage, simplification projects, and the delivery of remote services. She has written plain language content for the court’s self-help websites and forms. Stacey has trained judicial officers and court staff statewide and presented nationally on various access to justice initiatives.
Stacey co-chairs the national Joint Technology Committee and is a member of COSCA’s Policy, Tribal Relations, Environmental Law, and Access to Justice Committees. She is a Fellow of the NCSC Institute for Court Management (ICM) and also serves on the ICM Board of Advisors. She is a member of the Alaska Legal Services Pro Bono Advisory Committee and on the advisory board for IAALS.