We want to hear from you! The Court Technology Conference will feature multiple education tracks providing opportunities to learn about practical applications of technology and innovation in several topic areas. We are reaching out to the court community for session ideas that encourage teams of administrators, technologists, and judges to attend the conference.
We encourage you to share new technology successes, innovative ideas, and insight into the latest challenges with our attendees. Your session should speak to a diverse audience and focus on a topic that affects the court community.
The deadline for proposals is Friday, March 15. The CTC Education Advisory Committee will review proposals and will inform you by late April if your idea made it into the conference. We encourage you to not only answer the call yourself but to disseminate this information to colleagues and anyone who can offer insightful topics related to technology in the courts.
- Fit within one of the tracks below
- Recommend potential speakers—up to three per session
- Be 150 words or less.
All ideas are welcome, but your session stands a greater chance of being selected if it fits of the following tracks:
- Next Generation Courts
- Access to Justice
- Public Trust and Confidence
- Future Tech Roadmap
- Evolving IT Workforce and Tech Procurement
In the Private Sector? Contact Stacey Smith about sponsorships with speaking opportunities.