Resources: Harnessing New Media for Judicial Outreach and Communication

Resources

Arizona Judicial Branch (2010).  Justice 2020: A  Vision for the Future of the Arizona Judicial Branch.  Phoenix:  Arizona Judicial Branch.

Brogan, C., and J. Smith (2009).  Trust Agents:  Using the Web to Build Influence, Improve Reputation, and Earn Trust, Kindle ed.  Hoboken, NJ:  John Wiley and Sons.

Browning, J. G. (2010).  “Dangers of the Online Juror,” D Magazine Special Edition Legal Directory 2010, December 5.

Conference of Court Public Information Officers (2010).  New Media and the Courts: The Current Status and a Look at the Future.  Williamsburg, VA:  Conference of Court Public Information Officers.

Emarketer (2010).  “What Makes Social Media Trustworthy?” August 12.  www.emarketer.com/Article.aspx?R=1007863 (accessed February 28, 2011)

Facebook (2011).  “About Facebook.” www.facebook.com/press/info.php?statistics (accessed February 27, 2011)

Harman, W. (2009).  “Social Media Strategy: Online Disaster News Room.”  Presentation at SXSW, Austin, Tex., March 15.

Linkins, J. (2011).  “How the Huffington Post Works (In Case You Were Wondering),” Huffington Post, February 10.  www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/02/10/huffington-post-bloggers_n_821446.html (accessed February 27, 2011)

Marks, O. (2009).  “Juror Tweet: ‘I just gave away TWELVE MILLION DOLLARS of somebody else’s money,’” ZD Net, March 13.  www.zdnet.com/blog/collaboration/juror-tweet-i-just-gave-awaytwelve-million-dollars-of-somebody-elses-money/413 (accessed February 27, 2011)

Mendoza, J. (2010).  “The Origin of CASA.”  Presentation at 30th Anniversary Celebration Dinner, CASA of Las Vegas Foundation, October 16.

Paine, K. D. (2011).  Measure  What Matters: Online Tools for Understanding Customers, Social Media, Engagement, and Key Relationships, Kindle ed.  Hoboken, NJ:  John Wiley and Sons.

Pew Research Center for People and the Press (2011).  “Internet Gains on Television as Public’s Main News Source.”  Press release, January 4.  http://people-press.org/2011/01/04/internet-gains-on-television-as-publics-main-news-source/ (accessed February 28, 2011)

Plummer, D. (2010).  “Use of Social Media by the Judicial Branch,” Center for Internet Research, January 12.  http://tcfir-blog.ning.com/profiles/blogs/use-of-social-media-by-the (accessed February 26, 2011) 

Ratcliff, M. (2008).  “The Swirling Technology.” Presentation at FYI, LOL or OMG?:  Technology’s Impact on the Courts and the Media, Reynolds Center for Courts and the Media, Reno, Nev., November 17-18.

Sagolla, D. (2009).  140 Characters: A Style Guide for the Short Form, Kindle ed.  Hoboken, NJ:  John Wiley and Sons.

Schwartz, J. (2009).  “A Legal Battle: Online Attitude vs. Rules of the Bar,” New York Times, September 12.

Sellers, D. (2008).  “Court Outreach Efforts in Light of Media Changes.”  Presentation at FYI, LOL or OMG?:  Technology’s Impact on the Courts and the Media, Reynolds Center for Courts and the Media, Reno, Nev., November 17-18.

Short, C. J., and M. S. Sommermeyer (2005).  “A Virtual Courthouse: The Clark County Courts.”  Clark County Courts, Las Vegas.

Sinrod, E. (2009).  “Jurors:  Keep Your E-Fingers to Yourselves,” New York Times, September 15.  http://blogs.findlaw.com/technologist/2009/09/jurors-keep-your-e-fingers-to-yourselves.html (accessed February 28, 2011)

Turner, J., and R. Shah (2010).  The Top 10 Things  You Must Know About Measuring ROI on Social Media Marketing, Kindle ed.  London:  Financial Times.

Twitter (2008).  “Las Vegas Sun Simpson Trial Twitter Feed.”  http://twitter.com/#!/simpsontrial (accessed February 27, 2011)

Vocus Research (2011).  “2011 State of the Media Report,” Vocus Research, January 6. www.vocus.com/invocus/media-blog/2010-state-of-the-media-report (accessed February 28, 2011)