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Track 4: Where Should We Be by CTC 2017?

Wednesday, September 23, 3:15 PM - 4:30 PM

Location: 101 D/E

Presenters: Nora Sydow, Hon. Jennifer Bailey

Track: The Judiciary in a Virtual, Mobile, Social World

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Panelists will peer into their crystal balls and predict the future of the judicial branch’s use of virtual, mobile, and social technologies. Discussion topics will include emerging policy considerations, strategic planning, new tools assisting implementation, and techniques for measuring the impact of your court’s efforts. Please join us for this interactive session, when we work together to chart our course into the future.


About the Presenters

Nora Sydow

Nora Sydow is a senior court management consultant at the National Center for State Courts (NCSC). She provides training and technical assistance to courts around the country in such areas as family court improvement, performance measurement, and social media. She has presented to state and national audiences, authored several peer-reviewed articles, and designed curriculum on those topics, as well. Ms. Sydow also served as the founding editor of Connected, a newsletter dedicated to the impact of social media on the courts. Before joining NCSC, Ms. Sydow worked as a college instructor in a criminal justice program and has also served as a court-appointed special advocate. Ms. Sydow received her J.D. from the West Virginia University College of Law and dual B.S. degrees from Old Dominion University in political science and criminal justice. She is a Fellow of the Institute for Court Management. 

Hon. Jennifer Bailey

Judge Jennifer D. Bailey has been a circuit court judge in Miami-Dade, Florida, for over 22 years.  She is the administrative judge for the Civil Division and handles complex business litigation cases.  Judge Bailey currently serves as a member of the Civil Justice Initiative (CJI) national task force created by the Conference of Chief Justices to evaluate and recommend best practices to reduce cost and delay in state civil courts and chairs the CJI Court Operations subcommittee.  For two decades, Judge Bailey has served as faculty for Florida’s Judicial College program for new judges, the College of Advanced Judicial Studies, and the Conference of Circuit Court Judges.  She is a magna cum laude double graduate of the University of Georgia.