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Tiny Chats are bite-sized annotated videos that touch on specific access to justice topics and court operations.

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Tiny Chat 89: Data: Learning from Other Contexts

Dr. Natalie Byrom, Director of Research and Learning at The Legal Education Foundation in London, UK offers her thoughts on what courts can learn about how to manage data from the medical industry, an exploration of how courts have handled privacy and rights issues in the E.U., and some tips for courts about how to practice data hygiene. Part of an intergalactic series on court data.

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Tiny Chat 88: A Big Think About Big Data

Join us in outer space for a truly fascinating conversation about court data with Professor Andrew Ferguson from American University's Washington College of Law. What should courts be thinking about? What questions should they ask of vendors? How might they use data to improve? What are some risks? Kick off our exploration of the galaxies and court data with this insightful big think about big data.

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Tiny Chat 87: Self Help Center Tips

10 tips to improve your self-help center. 10 attempts to replicate the homespun wisdom of Captain Lee from the Bravo TV show Below Deck. 10 minutes that will leave you asking "What did I just watch?" and "Why don't we try that in our self-help center?"

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