Month: November 2022
November 10th, 2022
(By invitation only) The National Convening of Court Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Professionals is a first of its kind gathering of DEI professionals who work in and for American court systems. The aim of this event is to allow the professionals who work in America’s courts the opportunity to learn and share DEI best practices in a supportive and relevant environment.
For more information, please contact Edwin Bell.View details
November 10th, 2022
Ordering restitution has long been a default response to youth harm involving a victim. But new research from Juvenile Law Center shows restitution in juvenile courts is not working for victims, youth, families, or communities. Report co-authors and advocates from the Debt Free Justice National Campaign will share this research as well as promising new approaches to restoration from courts and communities across the country.
- Teri Deal, NCSC Principal Court Management Consultant
- Lindsey E. Smith | Staff Attorney, Juvenile Law Center
- Rachel Wallace | Policy Advocate, Policy Advocacy Clinic
- Darya Larizadeh | Senior Policy Attorney, National Center for Youth Law’s Youth Justice Initiative
November 14th, 2022
How can a court tell that their solution provider can meet and is meeting the terms of the agreement? Are there standards and templates for these agreements?
In this JTC Cyber-Monday webinar, you will hear from industry professionals as they address what courts should expect from solution providers. In addition, you will learn what solution providers expect from their customers.
Laurie Givens, Director at the Administrative Office of the Courts in KentuckyView details
November 27th, 2022
The Council of Chief Judges of the State Courts of Appeal is hosting in-person the 2022 Annual Conference November 27, 2022 – December 4, 2022. The theme of the conference is A Battle for Justice: Our Role. Questions can be directed to CCJSCA.View details
November 30th, 2022
Remote hearings have made courts more accessible both to court participants and the public. However, this accessibility can be harmful if participants are not given clear instructions about how to approach remote hearings as the courtroom is brought into the home and community settings.
This webinar will talk about how courts can give participants information about how to prepare for a remote hearing, what to expect in a remote hearing, and how to make sure they consider privacy and safety when appearing in court remotely.
- The Hon. Carol Montavon Bealor, Judge, Cass County Probate Court, Chief Judge, Cass County Courts
- Kathryn Lavery, Court Administrator, Phoenix Municipal Court
- Danielle Ruffatto, Managing Director, Family Law & Protective Orders Division, Ascend Justice