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2020 Issue 6
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The justice system can determine the future of all peoples, whether citizens or aliens. Therefore, the eradication of all forms of exclusion and discrimination is one of the highest priorities if it will be able to guarantee equal protection under the law to all people. To meet this obligation, the judicial system must analyze its diversity, equality, and inclusive (DEI) practices, regulations, and policies, both within the organization as well as in the delivery of services.
On September 18, 2020, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, passed away. In her sixty years as part of the legal community Justice Ginsburg had tremendous impact, becoming a cultural icon in addition to a respected jurist. This issues takes a look back at some of Justice Ginsburg's most impactful moments.
2020 Issue 4
The FBI issued a flash alert warning of a significant increase in targeted NetWalker ransomware attacks on US and foreign health agencies, governments, private companies, and education entities. NCSC Cybersecurity experts explain the new threat and provides tips to guard against and manage infection.
2020 Issue 3
Courts struggle to attract and retain qualified personnel. Due to worldwide events, many professionals within the United States now find themselves seeking new or more stable employment. Utilizing technology, courts have the opportunity to add to their workforce those who may not have previously considered public sector employment.
2020 Issue 2
The coronavirus pandemic presents challenges for courts to manage operations and ensure ongoing access to justice while providing a profound opportunity for change. After the urgency settles, courts will be faced with taking the lessons learned and implementing lasting new ways of doing business in a way that measures successes and outcomes.
2020 Issue 1