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National Center for State Courts

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Court Talk

National Center for State Courts

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Court Talk is a podcast from the National Center for State Courts, which focuses on the intersection between courts and current events.Tune in each month as we bring you a new episode on the latest happenings in courts.

Latest Episodes

Pandemic: Lessons for judges and other court employees

Retired Maine Chief District Judge Charles C. LaVerdiere discusses an Ebola-related case that attracted national attention in 2014. What would he do differently, and what should today’s judges and other court employees do if the coronavirus or some...

18 minMAR 3
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Pandemic: Lessons for judges and other court employees

Memories...

Two retirees talk about how NCSC and state courts have changed since the 1980s and who influenced their careers the most.

25 minJAN 7
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Memories...

Epi. 409: Online dispute resolution ‘is here to stay’

Utah Supreme Court Justice Deno Himonas discusses how ODR can help settle court cases without setting foot into a courthouse.

16 min2019 NOV 6
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Epi. 409: Online dispute resolution ‘is here to stay’

Epi. 408: Cyberattacks: It's not if, but when

Kentucky CIO Officer Charles Byers urges all court leaders to have a plan to restore service after they become the victim of an attack.

12 min2019 SEP 17
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Epi. 408: Cyberattacks: It's not if, but when

Epi. 407: What’s anyone doing to fulfill the promise of justice for all?

Danielle Hirsch, director of NCSC's Justice for All Project, sits down to discuss what people's legal needs and how to provide them.

12 min2019 AUG 20
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Epi. 407: What’s anyone doing to fulfill the promise of justice for all?

Epi. 406: What can we learn from 135 criminal courts in 21 states?

NCSC is wrapping up a four-year project – the first large-scale look at misdemeanor and felony case management since 1987. Listen to Principal Court Research Consultant Brian Ostrom tell you what he learned.

20 min2019 JUL 23
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Epi. 406: What can we learn from 135 criminal courts in 21 states?

Epi. 405: What happens when a high school student gets bored during study hall

Anna Salvatore's interest in the Supreme Court, which started during a boring study hall, led her to start a blog called High School SCOTUS

12 min2019 JUN 18
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Epi. 405: What happens when a high school student gets bored during study hall

Epi. 404: Justice on Trial

Criminal defense attorney Jerry Buting, made famous from Netflix’s documentary mega hit Making a Murderer, talks about life after the Steven Avery trial.

26 min2019 MAY 21
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Epi. 404: Justice on Trial

Epi. 403: Improving public engagement with the courts is a personal and professional journey for this Chief Judge

Chief Judge Anna Blackburne-Rigsby, Chief Judge of the D.C. Court of Appeals chairs the Community Engagement in State Courts Initiative, aims to advance understanding of how to use public engagement to build trust in courts.

18 min2019 APR 22
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Epi. 403: Improving public engagement with the courts is a personal and professional journey for this Chief Judge

Epi 402: How does employee engagement affect court culture?

Listen to Judge Russo talk about how he has changed the court’s culture and runs his court like it’s a Fortune 500 company.

14 min2019 MAR 6
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Epi 402: How does employee engagement affect court culture?

Latest Episodes

Pandemic: Lessons for judges and other court employees

Retired Maine Chief District Judge Charles C. LaVerdiere discusses an Ebola-related case that attracted national attention in 2014. What would he do differently, and what should today’s judges and other court employees do if the coronavirus or some...

18 minMAR 3
Comments
Pandemic: Lessons for judges and other court employees

Memories...

Two retirees talk about how NCSC and state courts have changed since the 1980s and who influenced their careers the most.

25 minJAN 7
Comments
Memories...

Epi. 409: Online dispute resolution ‘is here to stay’

Utah Supreme Court Justice Deno Himonas discusses how ODR can help settle court cases without setting foot into a courthouse.

16 min2019 NOV 6
Comments
Epi. 409: Online dispute resolution ‘is here to stay’

Epi. 408: Cyberattacks: It's not if, but when

Kentucky CIO Officer Charles Byers urges all court leaders to have a plan to restore service after they become the victim of an attack.

12 min2019 SEP 17
Comments
Epi. 408: Cyberattacks: It's not if, but when

Epi. 407: What’s anyone doing to fulfill the promise of justice for all?

Danielle Hirsch, director of NCSC's Justice for All Project, sits down to discuss what people's legal needs and how to provide them.

12 min2019 AUG 20
Comments
Epi. 407: What’s anyone doing to fulfill the promise of justice for all?

Epi. 406: What can we learn from 135 criminal courts in 21 states?

NCSC is wrapping up a four-year project – the first large-scale look at misdemeanor and felony case management since 1987. Listen to Principal Court Research Consultant Brian Ostrom tell you what he learned.

20 min2019 JUL 23
Comments
Epi. 406: What can we learn from 135 criminal courts in 21 states?

Epi. 405: What happens when a high school student gets bored during study hall

Anna Salvatore's interest in the Supreme Court, which started during a boring study hall, led her to start a blog called High School SCOTUS

12 min2019 JUN 18
Comments
Epi. 405: What happens when a high school student gets bored during study hall

Epi. 404: Justice on Trial

Criminal defense attorney Jerry Buting, made famous from Netflix’s documentary mega hit Making a Murderer, talks about life after the Steven Avery trial.

26 min2019 MAY 21
Comments
Epi. 404: Justice on Trial

Epi. 403: Improving public engagement with the courts is a personal and professional journey for this Chief Judge

Chief Judge Anna Blackburne-Rigsby, Chief Judge of the D.C. Court of Appeals chairs the Community Engagement in State Courts Initiative, aims to advance understanding of how to use public engagement to build trust in courts.

18 min2019 APR 22
Comments
Epi. 403: Improving public engagement with the courts is a personal and professional journey for this Chief Judge

Epi 402: How does employee engagement affect court culture?

Listen to Judge Russo talk about how he has changed the court’s culture and runs his court like it’s a Fortune 500 company.

14 min2019 MAR 6
Comments
Epi 402: How does employee engagement affect court culture?
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