Technology

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American Bar Association Legal Technology Resource Center

A comprehensive site dedicated to “helping lawyers solve the technology puzzle,” the Resource Center includes numerous articles on technological issues affecting the legal community, as well as “info centers” on topics like court technology, web development, and surveys and statistics.

http://www.abanet.org/tech/ltrc/

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American Society of Criminology

The American Society of Criminology is the professional society serving criminologists throughout North America. The web site includes updated professional information as well as paper abstracts from past annual meetings.

http://www.asc41.com

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Conference of State Court Administrators

The Conference—dedicated to the improvement of state court systems—outlines its mission, bylaws and policies on this website, and includes a page of position papers that explore various issues of interest to court administrators, including technology.

http://cosca.ncsc.dni.us/

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Court Tech Forum

This site consolidates court technology news and stories from around the world, and also allows users to ask and answer specific court technology questions through the CTF Forum.

http://www.courtechforum.com/

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Drug Court Tech

The Drug Court Technology Resource Center is an online forum offering tools and information for drug court practitioners who are creating computer applications for their courts. It sponsors two related web sites: Drug Court Technology, which provides technical staff and planners with an overview of how technology can improve drug courts, and Drug Court MIS, which provides technical staff with detailed project planning tools and sample documents. Both sites are accessible from the Center home page.

http://www.drugcourttech.org/

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Forum on the Advancement of Court Technology

The Forum is a consortium of private sector companies and senior court representatives dedicated to strengthening the dialogue between courts and their providers of technology. The group’s online newsletters contain articles on court technology as well as resources such as surveys, reports, and discussions of emerging trends.

http://fact.ncsc.dni.us/

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Journal of Information, Law and Technology

Published by the Warwick Law School’s Electronic Law Journals Project, The Journal of Information, Law and Technology covers a range of topics relating to information technology law and applications. Its site contains all issues of the journal, from 1996 to the present, as well as news updates, calls for papers, and conference diaries.

http://elj.warwick.ac.uk/jilt/

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JURIST "Court Tech" columnist Bradley Hillis

In his columns, collected here, Hillis discusses the ongoing impact of technological change on the judicial system. Topics include electronic briefs in trial and appellate courts, and internet security and the courts.

http://jurist.law.pitt.edu/courttech.htm

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National Center for State Courts – Court Technology Briefing Papers

This National Center for State Courts page presents information on some of the most successful technological applications in courts today, such as case management systems and voice technologies.

http://www.ncsconline.org/D_Tech/

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National Center for State Courts – Court Technology Laboratory

The National Center for State Courts’ Court Technology Laboratory page offers links to information modules on topics like integrated criminal justice information systems, digital signature/system security, and electronic filing, as well as technological news, e-filing information, and more.

http://ctl.ncsc.dni.us/

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National Center for State Courts – Public Access to Court Records

Funded by the National Center for State Courts' National Conference on Electronic Filing and Public Access, this web site was created as an information clearinghouse on public access to court records, as well as on the privacy debates arising from courts’ expanded information systems.

http://ctl.ncsc.dni.us/publicaccess/index.html

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Wendy Tech

The home page of Wendy R. Liebowitz, a former technology reporter for The American Lawyer, this site is devoted to legal news, "cybersavvy law talk," and articles about the law and technology.

http://www.wendytech.com/

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