The Government segment in the legal business of Thomson Reuters recently published a white paper on how LT Court Tech helped the state of Wyoming get a more consistent court case management system across its 23 counties. Cooperative Court Case Management System Development, A Case Study from Wyoming, was written by Ann Lavery, former Clerk of District Court, Uinta County, WY 1999-2012 and now LT Court Tech senior business analyst.
All district court clerks are elected individually within each county in Wyoming, and the circuit court clerks are hired individually. They all had different case management systems, which were disparate and didn’t communicate, so the state put a committee together to figure out how to solve this issue.
They hired LT Court Tech to build a more cohesive court case management system that could be beneficial to the public, have an e-filing component, and allow for better communication between the different counties. Since courts around the country are struggling with the same kinds of challenges that they had in Wyoming, the Government marketing team put out the white paper, which can be found here. LT Court Tech hopes these success stories offer some practical solutions as well as motivation and inspiration. They plan to publish similar white papers throughout the year, so stay tuned!
Watch the video clip below where Steve Rubley, managing director of Government for Thomson Reuters, talks about the white paper in more detail.Tags: Ann Lavery, government, Steve Rubley, white paper, Wyoming