Thursday, January 12, 2017
Friday, January 6, 2017
There have been several interesting articles, and research published related to court technology topics over the past several months. In this post, we share articles on Decision Making, Online Access to State Judicial Systems, Evaluating the Use of Videoconferencing Technology in Domestic Violence Ex Parte Hearings, Blockchain technology as a regulatory technology, and a Free Webinar on Cybersecurity coming up on January 18, 2017.
Sunday, December 25, 2016
Wednesday, December 21, 2016
I particularly enjoyed the sessions that offered solutions including::
- Using Predictive Analysis to Prevent the Financial Exploitation of Elders
- Three Real-World ODR Implementations
- Litigant Portals
- CourtHack Winners
- Building Better Court Websites - and Beyond
- New Models for Court Scheduling
- Electronic Courtrooms in Pierce County, Washington
There are great ideas in all of the conference sessions, and if you weren't able to attend, or would like to share them with your court, you can now do so. Congratulations to all for a great conference.
Thursday, December 15, 2016
Via the December, 2016 SJI Newsletter
Hosted by the National Center for State Courts (NCSC), the Pretrial Justice Center for Courts is a national collaborative initiative featuring the latest efforts to develop and improve pretrial services. Recently, Kentucky Pretrial Services launched a virtual tour aimed at fellow pretrial service providers and those stakeholders new to the Kentucky Court of Justice process.
Monday, December 12, 2016
You may not have been able to get yourself to Las Vegas for the SOLD OUT e-Courts 2016, but you can still participate in the conference. NCSC is broadcasting a free live stream so everyone in the court community can take it in.
Program highlights includes: Keynote speaker Gary Marchant at 11:45 am (eastern) on Monday; three examples of online dispute resolution implementations at 5:45 pm (eastern) on Monday; and how to build a better court website at 12:35 pm (eastern) on Tuesday. The complete agenda is available on the eCourts conference website at www.e-courts.org
If you see this post on time you can click here to watch the online video stream.