Social Media and the Courts Network

NCSC Contact

Blake Kavanagh

Greg Hurley

Deirdre Roesch

WHERE TO START

The Social Media 101 guide shows you how to set up and manage your accounts.

Connected is a monthly e-newsletter about social media and the courts.


HR Issues and Policies
covers the social media policies courts have adopted.

For Courts

For Judges

For Jurors & Courtrooms

Tracking the growth of social media use in the state courts

Welcome to the Social Media and the Courts Network. You can find out which AOCs, High Courts and Trial Courts are using social media by selecting one below.

Social Media Index

What's in this guide?

If you're visiting this page, more than likely you're a court looking for a resource that provides everything you need to know about social media. That's where the National Center for State Courts comes in. Over the course of the past five years, NCSC has created a guide that provides tips on maintaining your social media site, the do's and don'ts of social media, a list of courts with social media accounts and much, much more. This guide will assist you with the following: 

 

Social Media 101
Each month, NCSC posts a quick tip on Twitter and Facebook that gives courts guidance on how to maintain their social media account.

   

Social Media Guidelines from Other States
What rules and regulations do other courts or organizations follow?
We provide a complete list.

   

Social Media How-To Videos
Our video tutorials explain how to perform various social media tasks. We'll be adding a new video each week.

   

Connected
NCSC and CCPIO follow the impact of new media on the courts. 
Get the latest news on social media and the courts in our newsletter.

 

Follow Courts on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest & Flickr
Discover which courts have social media accounts.
We recommend you follow them.

   

 



   

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