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Whether you are considering investing in a case management solution or you’ve already implemented one, we have content to assist your team. Not finding what you’re looking for? 

4 Best Practices Any Court Can Implement to Dramatically Improve Data Quality

Bad data…we’ve all dealt with it at some point. Unfortunately, bad or inconsistent data comes at a high cost. For courts, it can mean errors and incorrect reporting, inefficiency, and the inability to provide the community with data transparency. However, by implementing a few best practices, you can drastically improve the quality of your data.  

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Four Tips for a Successful CMS Implementation

Implementing a new court case management system (CMS) is a huge task. Fortunately, there are steps that can be taken to ensure your implementation has the best chance for success.   1. Establish a Clear Mission

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Driving Innovation in the Global Legal Industry

We are honored to have received this award, and while we are proud of our company and the innovative solutions we offer, we know there is always room for improvement and will continue working to make our solutions the best they can be for our customers. Read the full post about why JWorks was selected for this award.

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Staffing Problems? Let Your CMS Do the Heavy Lifting

Staffing challenges, limited budgets, and resources have been an increasing trend in courts. These challenges can be addressed by properly leveraging your CMS and incorporating effective onboarding and training for staff and new hires. Learn more.

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Measuring Justice to Drive Positive Change

Understanding challenges in the justice system is difficult when there is a lack of data and/or data transparency. While there have been significant improvements in the data that’s been collected by justice agencies over the last several years, there is still plenty of work to be done. We sat down with Amy Bach, founder of Measures for Justice, to discuss how data is being collected, the improvements that have been made, and what your agency can do to drive positive change by measuring justice.

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