Join us December 1 and 2 for terrific educational programming during the 2020 Virtual Annual Conference!
You will not want to miss the session with Dean Erwin Chemerinsky where he will provide an update on the latest U.S. Supreme Court decisions, what they mean, and how they will affect our daily work. Not to be outdone, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Gilbert King will tell true crime stories underscoring the deep roots of racism and injustice in America and how appellate decisions began to reshape the legal landscape in pursuit of America’s justice and integrity.
Other captivating programs will include a presentation by Thomson Rueters highlighting its Amicus platform and its collaborative effort with Judges and their staff to improve court case workflow efficiencies. Plus, learn how their new Judicial Quick Check feature is streamlining the Judge-Staff Attorney digital working relationship. Hear from Counselor to the Chief Justice (of SCOTUS), Jeffrey P. Minear, on the many administrative responsibilities of the Chief Justice in managing the Supreme Court and federal court system. And learn the key highlights and “best practice” recommendations resulting from the vigorous small group discussions on Managing Appellate Court Operations in Response to COVID-19 scheduled on November 10th. And don’t forget the Business Meeting – your voice matters!
Take advantage of this FREE CCJSCA benefit and register for the two days of FREE online programs using the below easy link. Reserve your space now!
Please note, you will need to register for this session even if you attended the November Roundtables.
For more information, contact Mark Pfeiffer, Chair, 2020 Annual Conference Committee.