Those familiar with court or judicial administration may be familiar with sources of professional training or content (for example, from the National Association for Court Management, the Institute for Court Management at the National Center for State Courts, the University of Denver Sturm College of Law Master of Science in Legal Administration, or Michigan State … Continue reading A Court Leadership Question For You…
What advice would you give your YOUNGER self? A recent issue of Success Magazine (March 2018) had an article called “10 Things Successful People Never do Again,” and in it included items that business leaders would remind themselves about, as part of learning from their experience…. Looking back on your experiences, what would you include … Continue reading A Court Leadership Question For You
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Administrator's note: This is an updated version of an article previously published to Court Leader on April 10, 2018. Using artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze large data sets could greatly increase the effectiveness and usability of tools which can guide people through the resolution of legal disputes and assist them in making legal decisions. At … Continue reading Using Artificial Intelligence and Big Data to Develop Tools Used in Courts
This article illustrates select roles and actions of the presiding or chief judge and court administrator. Competencies from the National Association for Court Management (NACM) are used as a starting point for framing the roles. Court leaders, whether leadership (presiding or chief) judges or court managers, need to obtain and master certain competencies to be … Continue reading Roles and Actions of the Chief Judge and Court Administrator
Contributing and Founding Court Administrators Janet Cornell - Resume Norman H. Meyer, Jr. - Resume Peter C. Kiefer - Resume