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Session Spotlight: Blockchain in the Courts

Blockchain Visualized

A quick Google search for “blockchain”  returns about 85,600,000 results in less than half a second—a lot of people are certainly talking about this technology. Blockchain is such a compelling technology, the SEC issued a warning to public companies about adding “blockchain” to their name to dupe potential investors. Which begs the question: Is blockchain …

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Featured Session: Rebooting Justice

NCSC is pleased to announce the featured session for eCourts 2018: Rebooting Justice: More Technology, Fewer Lawyers, and the Future of Law. University of Tennessee Law Professor Benjamin H. Barton will expand on the ideas in his (and co-author Stephanos Bibas) 2017 book Rebooting Justice. They argue that our laws are too complex and legal …

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2016 eCourts Flashback

While working to assemble a great agenda for 2018, we came across 2016 eCourts conference attendee feedback. Here’s some highlights: When asked about the quality of the information people received from education sessions, 88% said it was either good or excellent. 2016 was our first-ever use of a mobile app at an NCSC conference. The …

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Call for Proposals

eCourts 2018 will take place at The Cosmopolitan Las Vegas, December 10-12 and will provide opportunities to learn about practical applications of technology and innovations that may impact courts. This year we are reaching out to the community for session ideas to energize teams of administrators, technologists, and judges attending NCSC’s signature conference this year. …

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