Question of Ethics: A Conversation on Courts and Ethics – September 22, 2022, Episode Brought to You in Cooperation with NACM We are not stockbrokers or day traders, but in our role as court employees we learn a lot. We know about patterns of litigation against businesses and against professionals in the community. We know about protection orders … Continue reading Courts and Inside Information: What Can and Should We Do with What We Learn at Work?
Question of Ethics: A Conversation on Courts and Ethics – August 25, 2022 Episode Brought to You in Cooperation with NACM The COVID Pandemic brought the use of technology to the forefront of our conversation worldwide. Technology is expanding at breakneck speed. Is it out stripping courts' ability to manage new technological innovations? Relevant Ethics Canons Canon 1 … Continue reading Court Rules and Procedures: Technological Innovation
Question of Ethics: A Conversation on Courts and Ethics – May 2022 Episode Brought to You in Cooperation with NACM This episode of A Question of Ethics will continue to explore diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), and NACM’s commitment to helping provide equal justice. This session was recorded after the Ethics Subcommittee Conference Call on April 28th, 2022. … Continue reading Diversity, Equity, Inclusion: Political Agendas and Affirmative Action
Question of Ethics: A Conversation on Courts and Ethics – Summer 2022 Edition of the Court Manager Brought to You in Cooperation with NACM NACM has made a commitment to the values of providing equal justice regardless of race, gender, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation or identity, disability, or social economic status. What is the court’s ethical obligation, particularly … Continue reading Diversity, Equity, Inclusion: What is the Court’s Duty?
Question of Ethics: A Video Conversation on Courts and Ethics - Winter 2021 Edition Brought to You in Cooperation with NACM These last two turbulent years have brought into sharp relief the dynamic tension between a court’s duty to keep both employees and the public safe, and the duty to respect the privacy and the … Continue reading After Two Years of COVID: What Do We Know Now About Courts, Safety, and Privacy?