Experts Explore Technology Solutions at Kentucky Court Crisis Symposium (Part 1)
Technology may hold the answers for beleaguered courts that need to demonstrate efficiency, integrity and innovation in the face of intense competition for scarce resources. Experts explore how courts can centralize and economize their payables and receivables, plus utilize electronic courts — “Ecourts” — to handle some services.
The 90-minute session, “18th Century Courts – 21st Century Expectations,” is part of a Sept. 23-24 symposium on state court underfunding, sponsored by the Kentucky Law Journal, the American Bar Association and the National Center for State Courts.
Speakers in order of appearance:
Moderator: Mark Martin, Justice, North Carolina Supreme Court
Paul De Muniz, Chief Justice, Oregon Supreme Court
John Broderick, Dean, University of New Hampshire Law School
Rosalyn Frierson, Director, South Carolina Court Administration
Mike Buenger, National Center for State Courts
This video is in two parts. Click here to view part 2.