Thursday, April 29, 2021

Announcement: IJIS eXCHANGE - Virtual Summit Series: Data is the Key


The IJIS Institute has scheduled two virtual Zoom seminars for Tuesday, June 15, 2021.  They write:

"From incident to final resolution and beyond, every action our courts take relies on accurate, complete, and timely data to best-inform decisions about people, cases, process, and policy. Join your colleagues from practice and industry at our technology summit on Tuesday, June 15th to dive into our courts' multifaceted data discussion - what we have and what we need - and the impact across the justice system and our communities."


Specifically, the two seminars are described below.

Unlocking Trust & Truth - 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (EDT)

Our courts have been creating and storing electronic records for decades. Where does the data come from, what shape is it in, and what part does it play to ensure justice and community safety today? As courts continue to grow their digital assets, what can the industry be doing to help them harness and manage their data? Join us to talk about unlocking the most valuable resource for improved information access, sharing, and policy analysis. 

Human Centered Data - 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM (EDT)

People are the most fundamental component of all disputes - civil or criminal. To be fair and effective in the community that they serve, every court must gather and share information about the individuals involved in a case. But what's the right data? How do we best serve each person while protecting their rights and privacy? Join our second session to discuss ways to improve what and how courts capture, store, share and learn from data about people in the justice system. 

When: Tuesday, June 15, 2021, starting at 11:30 AM EDT

Where: Virtual - Zoom, United States

Contact: Alex McAdoo -

Here is the IJIS Institute Event Page - You can find the event registration link here.

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