About a year ago, CCJ and COSCA adopted a set of guiding principles for post-pandemic court technology that called for courts “to adopt a remote-first or remote-friendly approach…when moving court processes forward.” A new scan by the RRT’s Technology Work Group and the Remote and Virtual Hearings Implementation Lab reveals where many courts are adapting rules for remote proceedings and what those rules look like. Join us for a live webinar and high-energy discussion on where such rules have been adopted, and how concerns about the digital divide, public access, and participant safety are being addressed. Speakers will also spotlight how their courts wrote guidelines to uphold virtual courtroom decorum and rules for making the record in a virtual environment. Register now.
Danielle Hirsch and Zach Zarnow (Co-Moderators), Principal Court Management Consultants, NCSC
Justice C. Shannon Bacon, New Mexico Supreme Court
David Slayton, Vice President, Court Consulting Services, NCSC
Judge Samuel A. Thumma, Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One