• Jul 2021
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    Stop Screaming into a Void

    by Jesse Rutledge
    It didn’t take long to figure out that a lot of the organizing and engagement that resulted in the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol had its roots online through social media platforms—some niche, others very mainstream. The horrifying... Read more »
  • Jul 2021
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    Professional Development in Court Administration: How Can We Do Better?

    by Kenneth G. Pankey, Jr.
    Having previously considered the difficulties most courts have in achieving and sustaining high performance and the ways to realistically approach performance improvements, we now focus on building human capital. Developing the individual and collective competencies of those who work in... Read more »
  • Jul 2021
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    COVID-19 and Caseflow Management—Catastrophe or Catalyst?

    by Janet G. Cornell
    COVID-19 and Court Reponses The novel coronavirus created many changes in court operations. A variety of sources have observed operational responses taken due to the COVID-19 pandemic. A sampling of the changes is noted below. The Hague Institute for Innovation... Read more »
  • Jul 2021
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    How Fair Is Your Court?

    by Emily LaGratta
    How fair is your court? Take a moment to think about it before you read on. My guess is that most court professionals would be inclined to answer, “Pretty fair!” After all, you know the hard work and good intentions... Read more »