August 08, 2013

Apps for Judges: Introducing the Best Tools, Spotting the Ethical Issues, and Empowering the Courts for the Next Level of Productivity and Service

Smart access of technology will improve the delivery of justice in the courtroom.  The National Conference of State Trial Judges delivers a cutting-edge presentation to take jurists to the next level:  putting technology to work in their professional lives, as well as inside their courtrooms.  Attendees will be eligible to win one of two iPads to be given away at the program. 

With increasing frequency, judges are turning to iPads to help them carry out their judicial functions in the courtroom and for work after hours. With 300,000 to 400,000 iPad applications (apps) available, finding the right ones can be daunting and time-consuming. This program highlights selected apps experienced judges find most helpful for getting organized, improving productivity, and delivering optimum public service. The presentation will demonstrate and discuss new tools for such tasks as file management, document review, courtroom presentations, legal research, and public outreach. Judges will also be trained to appreciate and address ethical
implications in the use of this technology.


  • Honorable Gary Randall, Fourth District Court of Nebraska, Omaha, NE
  • Honorable Herbert B. Dixon, Jr., Superior Court of the District of Columbia, Washington, DC
  • Marla N. Greenstein, Executive Director, Alaska Commission on Judicial Conduct, Anchorage, AK
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