Friday, February 5, 2016

e-Courts 2016 Call for Proposals

e-Courts 2016 will be held December 12-14 in Las Vegas, NV, at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. If you know e-Courts, you know our tradition of bringing new perspectives to "techy" tools for the court profession. This year we are reaching out to the court community for session ideas that will energize teams of administrators, technologists and judges who attend our education program.

Interested in sharing new ideas, new technology, new challenges, and new successes? We want to hear from you! The e-Courts format is one plenary room for 2 ½ days of education. There are a total of ten sessions up for grabs. Your session should be able to reach a huge, diverse audience and focus on a topic that affects the entire court community.

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Judges Leverage Full-Text Searching

We are happy to share a guest post from Ms. Jenny Bunch of Mentis Technology Solutions on how judges are finding the benefits of full-text search in their aiSmartBench (E-Bench) system.

Monday, February 1, 2016

This and That in Court Tech – February, 2016

Time again for another installment of “This and That”.  We have news about Legal Services Corporation grants, Baton Rouge Louisiana Family Court self-help website, US Federal Court law library changes, an article from Harvard Business Review, Microsoft releasing to open source artificial intelligence framework software, widely varying software licensing costs for police in the UK, and the CTB listed as one of the 50 must read blogs by State Tech Magazine.