The Doctor is In!

The Doctor is In!
Doctor is In at CTC 2019.

By popular demand, NCSC’s Court Consulting Services and Technology Divisions will provide their free consulting service, “The Doctor Is In,” at CTC2019 in New Orleans, Louisiana. From September 10–12, we can provide you with up to an hour and a half of consultation with one of our experienced court management consultants. Our consultants can meet with you to discuss technology or court administration issues that your court may be facing. If you would like to schedule a one-on-one discussion with NCSC staff, the potential topic areas for the Doctor Is In sessions include:

Court Technology

  • Cybersecurity
  • Litigant Portals
  • Online Dispute Resolution (ODR)
  • AI: Augmented Intelligence/Artificial Intelligence
  • Extraction/Redaction Tools, Systems and Approaches
  • IT Management Assessments
  • IT/CJIS Strategic Planning
  • IT/CJIS Governance
  • Business Process Management
  • Case Management System (CMS) Assessments and Requirements Analysis
  • CMS Procurement and Implementation
  • E-Filing Initiatives and Paperless Courts
  • IT Security, Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP), and Disaster Recovery 
  • Other potential technology discussion topics include: Chief Information Officer (CIO) Mentoring, Court Software Implementation, Courtroom Technology, Courtroom Videoconferencing, Data Collection, Data Quality Assurance, Digital Records Management, Integrated Justice, IT Policies and Documentation, Judicial Tools in IT, Public Access to Court Information, Technology Reengineering

Court Operations and Performance

  • Caseflow Management and Calendaring
  • Court Governance Assessments
  • Court Performance Measurement
  • Process Improvement/Workflow
  • Strategic Planning
  • Workload and Staffing Analysis
  • Other potential court operations discussion topics include: Appellate Court Studies, Court Facilities Studies, Court Leadership Education, Court Security Assessments, Determination of Judicial Resources, Evidence-Based Sentencing and Probation, Executive Team Building, Family and Juvenile Court Studies, Jury Policies and Management, Language Access, Pretrial Reforms, Problem Solving Court Evaluations, Records Management

Please contact Kent Kelly at if you are interested in scheduling a session prior to the event. Several of our consultants and managers will be in attendance.  You will be asked to provide a specific court topic that you wish to discuss. Please note that sessions and availability are limited. Sessions can be scheduled for Tuesday, September 10 and Wednesday, September 11 from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. or Thursday, September 12 from 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

We look forward to hearing from you!