NCSC webinars encourage dialogue, positive changes in 2022
January 11, 2023 -- In 2022, there was no shortage of webinars streaming out from NCSC. From topics like how to manage a courthouse cyber-attack to tips on improving appearance rates, NCSC gathered the country’s leading court administration experts, justice system partners, academics, and others to share case studies, best practices, and trends with the court community.
While our team is busy planning the 2023 webinar calendar, we’d like to take a moment to highlight a few of our most popular sessions in 2022 and remind you that our library of webinars remains available free and on demand. If you haven’t seen these yet, consider:
- Courageous Conversations: Who? What? How? Missouri attorney and diversity trainer Dana Tippin Cutler discussed topics including micro-aggressions, trigger words, and implicit bias. She also shared important tips on how to avoid missteps and discussed ways to make diversity, equity, and inclusion a way of life. This was one of many Blueprint for Racial Justice webinars that encouraged courts to examine systemic issues impacting racial justice in the United States.
- Examining Mental Health & the Courts: A Discussion with National Experts. Presented by the National Judicial Task Force to Examine State Courts’ Response to Mental Illness, this virtual report launch and policy discussion highlighted findings and recommendations to assist state courts in responding to the needs of court-involved individuals with serious mental illness.
Rounding out NCSC’s five most-viewed webinars of 2022 were: Tips for Conducting Remote and Hybrid Hearings with Self-Represented Litigants, Forms Camp, and Failure-to-Appear Rates: Potential Consequences, Promising Strategies.
While webinars rose in popularity during the height of the pandemic, they continue to serve as a preferred educational platform for NCSC. If you missed any of the 2022 webinars, you can find them here and also sign up for our email list.
Mark your calendars now for our next webinar, Rural Justice and Remote Proceedings, on January 18.