Wednesday, September 11

Time Program Sponsor Session
3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Thursday, September 12

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For the Record (FTR)

Court recording technology today, 10 years after COSCA’s “Digital Recording: Changing Times for Making the Record”

Tuesday, September 10  |  10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.  |  Room 217

Speakers: Tony Douglass, President, For the Record (FTR)

Courts have had digital technology in their courtrooms since the mid-1990s. While the core concept has stayed the same, the last decade has seen a huge evolution in tools and processes that are available to a court of record. For The Record will discuss the latest innovations in courtroom technologies and how a court can prepare to take advantage of AI in the courtroom.

Tyler Technologies

Are We at a Tipping Point for Moving Major Implementations to the Cloud?

Tuesday, September 10  |  11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.  |  Room 217

Speakers: Evan O’Mahoney, Chief Technology Officer, Bexar County

The discussion around moving to the cloud is not a new one, but all of a sudden there is a lot of momentum by major jurisdictions to move Case Management and other large deployments to a SaaS environment. Come learn about what has changed, and why Bexar County (San Antonio) recently decided to implement Odyssey® on Microsoft’s Azure platform as part of their hybrid-cloud services model.


Application Transformation Journey to the Cloud – Strategies and Challenges

Tuesday, September 10  |  1:45 p.m. – 2:45 p.m.  |  Room 217

Speakers: Stu Hammer, Senior Director, Application Offerings and Advisory Services, Perspecta

State agencies are in the process of consolidating their infrastructure, moving to cloud computing, and adopting Agile/DevOps strategies to modernize their legacy systems. This session discusses the “critical strategies and challenges in the application transformation to the cloud” from a cultural, functional and technical perspective – leading the path to a successful transformation journey.


Delivering Technology with the Court Component Model

Tuesday, September 10  |  3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.  |  Room 217

The JTC Court Component Model (CCM) promises to help you deliver applications and interoperability better, cheaper, and faster. In this session, representatives from OASIS, IJIS, and CITOC share how they are realizing some of these benefits and provide you with methods and frameworks to do so yourself. Our panel includes:
  • Facilitator: Joe Wheeler, ICAC Chair
  • CITOC: Mike Baliel, CIO, Superior Court of California, County of Santa Clara
  • OASIS: Jim Cabral, ECF Technical Committee Chair
  • ICAC: Sue Humphreys, equivant
  • ICAC: MJ Cartwright, Court Innovations
Join us for updates on work that is driving the CCM forward and share your own perspectives about how you see the CCM unfolding for your court or company.


Artificial Intelligence, Robotic Process Automation and Court Document Processing:  The paradigm shift from humans processing documents

Tuesday, September 10  |  4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.  |  Room 217

Speaker: Henry Sal, President, Computing System Innovations
Machine learning software can transform document intake workflows by providing automatic document classification, separation, data extraction/redaction and data entry via software bots. The combination of AI technology with RPA software bots allows human document review processes to be minimized, providing cost savings with assignment of full-time employees to more meaningful tasks.

This session is focused on educating you on what is currently possible with state-of-the-art artificial intelligence software, and how correct application of such provides quantum leaps in efficiency and 24x7x365 lights out court document processing. Any system, any document and any workflow can be easily automated, even attorney submission e-filing portals.


A joined up approach to digital evidence delivery

Wednesday, September 11  |  3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.  |  Room 217

Speakers: David Jackson, SVP for Business Development, CaseLines

How Courts gain by supporting cross agency digitisation, from crime scene to courtroom

This session will discuss the rising number of successful cross agency initiatives to digitise civil and criminal justice. It will cover the benefits of collaboration tools; show how courts can promote digitisation with no capital investment; look at the tools and architecture that makes it happen; discuss the benefits and address concerns around cloud technologies.

Learn how leading courts have digitised and now seamlessly manage BWC, dashcam, CCTV, digital documents, first responder recordings and documentary evidence from crime scene to courtroom. Discover how law enforcement, prosecutors, defense and judges all benefit from working with a single evidence source throughout the judicial process.


Thursday, September 12  |  8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.  |  Room 217


  • Omar Bari, Senior Data Scientist, Thomson Reuters Labs
  • Alex McCall, Product Management, Thomson Reuters
  • Sharon Sayles-Belton, V.P. Strategic Partnerships and Alliance, Thomson Reuters, Government

Join experts from Thomson Reuters for a dynamic discussion on how AI is being used to move the legal industry forward. In this session, you’ll hear from our panel about where AI currently sits and where it is headed in the legal industry, within government agencies and offices, and its current and future impact within a court’s ecosystem. It will be moderated by Sharon Sayles-Belton, VP of Strategic Partnerships and Alliances at Thomson Reuters and former Mayor of Minneapolis. She’ll be joined by Omar Bari, a Senior Data Scientist in one of Thomson Reuters’ Innovation Labs; Tim Radaich from Thomson Reuters State & Local Government Sales; and Alex McCall, Product Manager for Thomson Reuters C-Track CMS. Join us to hear how Thomson Reuters is looking at Artificial Intelligence in the big and helping move the legal industry to the next level.


Leading Transformative Change in the Court System: Pragmatic Steps to Technology Adoption and Effective Access to Justice

Thursday, September 12  |  9:45 a.m. – 10:45 a.m.  |  Room 217

Join nCourt for an informative and educational session that provides an overview of how courts can take practical steps for implementing technology within an ever-changing and growing digital landscape. Be it Court Component Modeling, Online Dispute Resolution, Jury Management, Case Management, and Payments – all solutions must play a role in enabling courts to operate efficiently, scale for the future, and deliver superior access to justice.