Attending the National Association for Court Management Conference Debrief and Dancing at the Library of Congress

By: Josh Townsend, Account Executive, ImageSoft Washington, D.C. – hands down – is one of the prettiest and most tourist friendly cities in the world. It’s just one of the many reasons why we enjoyed the recent annual conference of the National Association for Court Management, this year held in conjunction with the International Association … Continue reading Attending the National Association for Court Management Conference Debrief and Dancing at the Library of Congress

Courts and the Network of Everything

This month’s NACM Annual Conference had excellent presentations and conversations regarding where courts are heading given current and emerging technological, demographic, political, financial and social trends. Big players among the trends discussed included both networking and social media. One result for me was a couple of either epiphanies or mild mental episodes (hard to tell … Continue reading Courts and the Network of Everything

A Brief Memo from the Future

Like Billy Pilgrim, in Kurt Vonnegutt's Slaughterhouse Five, I sometimes become "unstuck in time.” So it was that I recently came across an article I wrote in early 2019. Oops, that's five years from now. I really need to clean up my filing system... Still, it did catch my attention, and since it deals with … Continue reading A Brief Memo from the Future

Background Buzz (More reflections from NACM)

Despite the undisputed convenience and lower cost of online and virtual conferences, there will always be hard to replicate benefits from live conferences. Good conferences, in addition to the material presented, include networking and information exchanges that occur outside of and ancillary to the formal sessions. Moreover, I have found that most court conferences (and … Continue reading Background Buzz (More reflections from NACM)

Notes from NACM

Best line of last month’s National Association of Court Managers (NACM) Mid-Year Conference in Savannah, coming late on the last day, as everyone with return flight connections through Savannah or Charlotte (essentially, everyone who wasn't from Savannah) remained riveted to their flight status updates on their smartphones, universally finding their flights cancelled: Speaker: "You know … Continue reading Notes from NACM

They Are Coming – You Better Build It (A slight variation of the theme from Field of Dreams)

Peter Kiefer, Civil Court Administrator for the Maricopa Superior Court, and Phil Knox, the General Jurisdiction Courts Administrator, are engaged in a Court Futures study for the National Association of Court Managers (NACM) and last summer they addressed the American Institute of Architects.  The architects know they will have to design the courthouses and related … Continue reading They Are Coming – You Better Build It (A slight variation of the theme from Field of Dreams)