Readers in DC may be interested in Administrative Judging in the 21st Century: The Hi-Tech Courtroom and “Googling” the Evidence, a brown-bag session that will take place at the ABA on June 21. The discussion will be devoted to changes in administrative hearings resulting from the new courtroom technology, including nation-wide video-conferencing, wireless networks, hand-held computers, instant internet access, and use of gleaned from internet sources such as Google, Wikipedia, and social media sites.
The panelists will be:
- Chuck Adkins-Blanch, Board Member, U.S. Department of Justice, Board of Immigration Appeals
- C.F. “Spike” Moore, Deputy Chief ALJ, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Medicare Hearings and Appeals
- Funmi Olorunnipa, Attorney/Advisor, Administrative Conference of the United States
Thursday, June 21, 12:00 – 1:30 p.m.
740 16th Street, NW
Free to Section members! Co-sponsored with NCALJ. Registration required. More information is available here.
This post was originally published on the legacy ABA Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Notice and Comment blog, which merged with the Yale Journal on Regulation Notice and Comment blog in 2015.