Radical reengineering of the judicial branch

This session explores the impact of significant budget reductions on the judicial branch, new approaches to organizing the work of the courts, and how technology can facilitate a leaner court organization. Attendees learn how technology could enable courts to avoid the longer case processing times and lack of attention to individual cases that drastic budget cuts often cause. The presentation also outlines the future of traditional staffing models, along with the possibility for judicial branches to outsource work to administrative agencies, often reducing cost significantly.

Presentation materials: 
Overview | Greeting the new normal Vermont’s experience | Utah’s experience | Lessons from the past & present

Speakers: Dan Hall, Robert Greemore, Larry Webster.
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