Posts Tagged ‘James McMillan’
The presentations included:
- Dean Peter W. Martin of Cornell University Law School on Abandoning Law Reports for Official Digital Case Law;
- James E. McMillan of the National Center for State Courts on Trends of New Courthouse Designs and Courthouse Technologies; and
- Judge Dory Reiling, mag. iur., Ph.D., Vice President of the Amsterdam District Court on Measuring Court Performance.
For more information, please see the complete conference program.
James E. McMillan of the National Center for State Courts has begun a new series of posts on court e-filing systems, entitled Eight Rules of E-Filing, at Court Technology Bulletin.
Mr. McMillan explains that in many U.S. court systems, “physical case files” continue to play a prominent role; and where document filing has been automated, it is often not integrated with other court information systems, such as those for “registry/docket (historical event record), participants, and scheduling /task control.”
In this series of posts, Mr. McMillan explains the benefits of integrating “[e]-filing, document, and case management functionality,” and offers best practices for e-filing systems.
James E. McMillan of the National Center for State Courts has published two new posts about judicial e-filing systems:
- Trust and E-Filing, Court Technology Bulletin, 7 May 2011;
- E-Filing / E-Reader Notes, Court Technology Bulletin, 14 May 2011.
Mr. McMillan’s post, E-Filing / E-Reader Notes, cites a recent article on e-briefs in Texas state appellate courts, by Don Cruse, Esq.