Don’t gamble with your court’s technology!

e-Courts 2014 kicks-off in energetic fashion with an opening keynote from Professor Michael Wesch. Dubbed “The Explainer” by Wired magazine, Wesch is a cultural anthropologist exploring the effects of new media on society and culture. He has won several major awards including a Wired Magazine Rave Award and the John Culkin Award for Outstanding Praxis in Media Ecology. He was recently named an Emerging Explorer by National Geographic. Get revved up for Michael’s presentation in Las Vegas by reviewing videos from his other talks. Find them on his website at

Register today for e-Courts 2014—a sure bet to provide invaluable information.

Education program highlights will include:

  • The Five Building Blocks of e-Courts: Lessons from New Jersey
  • Court Technology Recruiting & Retention: What Works
  • E-Filing in Franklin County, Ohio: All Courts, All Case Types

And the always popular….

  • 30 Tech Tips in 30 Minutes

"e-Courts is so well balanced and relevant. I like the fact that a court management team and a technology team can come to the same conference and come away with a shared vision of where they can go. e-Courts is a unique environment that promotes this extremely important relationship."
— e-Courts attendee