eCourts 2020 will provide opportunities to learn about both practical applications of technology as well as innovations that may impact the courts. We are reaching out to the court community for session ideas that will energize the teams of administrators, technologists, and judges who attend eCourts.
We want to hear from you! We encourage you to share your successes and challenges. Your session proposal should be able to reach a diverse audience and focus on a topic that affects the court community.
Proposals must be submitted using this form. Shorter is better! Proposals should describe the session, what participants will learn from the session, and recommend potential speakers to present the topic (but we reserve the right to make final selections).
The deadline for proposals is March 13. After the eCourts Education Advisory Committee reviews the proposals, you will be informed by the end of April if your session is accepted. We encourage you to disseminate this information to colleagues and anyone who can offer insightful topics related to technology in the courts! Thanks for your input.
Exhibitors and sponsors interested in making presentations at eCourts should check out our eGnite options.