Thomson Reuters

Court Modernization Webinar

Duration: 60 minutes

Webinar Details:

What will court technology look like in 20 years? How will data and artificial intelligence shape decision-making and how will design technology shape the customer service provided to court attendees?

Court modernization has the potential to increase access to justice across communities of all sizes. With a myriad of ways to incorporate technology – what are a few easy decisions and how should a court prioritize its limited budget?

Join Chris Stewart – Chief Technology Officer at Superior Court of Sacramento, CA and David Curle – Director of Market Intelligence with Thomson Reuters as they discuss technology trends and the future of court technology.

About our Speakers:

Chris Stewart Chris Stewart
Chief Technology Officer,
Superior Court of Sacramento, CA

Chris has been part of the Sacramento Superior Court team for 16 years leading various initiatives in the areas of technology and research & evaluation. He is currently participating in several statewide initiatives that will fundamentally reshape e-services in California courts. Prior to joining the court, Chris worked for The Money Store in various technology roles including IT management, business/system analysis, and change management. He is a Gulf War Army veteran and has a BS from Brigham Young University.

David Curle

David Curle

Director, Market Intelligence,
Thomson Reuters Legal

David supports Thomson Reuters’ Legal business with research and thought leadership about legal technology and innovation and the changing legal services industry. He came to Thomson Reuters from the research and analysis firm Outsell, Inc. where he led Outsell’s analysis of legal and regulatory information markets and legal information providers, tracking industry performance and trends. He is a contributor to the Legal Executive Institute blog. He has a JD from the University of Minnesota Law School and a BA in History from Lawrence University.