June 16, 2021, 17:00
The National School of Judges, with assistance from the USAID New Justice Program and in cooperation with the National Judicial College, Reno, USA, offers a series of open webinars on various topics for judges, judicial clerks, and court staff.
The next webinar in this series – “Case Management Skills.”
Recent court caseload studies have revealed a significant lack of judicial personnel, which forces judges to take progressively active approaches to manage their docket and streamlining court proceedings to keep up with incoming cases. This webcast will focus on the tools and practices that judges may use to efficiently manage their schedule and interact with the parties to streamline the hearing of cases and ensure timely and effective case disposition.
After this 120-minute webcast, participants will be able to:
- Describe the purposes and responsibilities of the courts and their direct impact on caseflow management;
- Identify the characteristics of effective judicial leadership and its role in effective caseflow management;
- Learn about standardized case management performance measures and benchmarks;
- Discuss the preliminary differentiated case management tracks for selected case types;
- Describe the change management process, acquire problem diagnosis skills in caseflow management and develop an action plan.
Working language: English. Simultaneous translation into Ukrainian will be provided.
The webinar will be conducted on the Zoom platform. You can join the meeting at this link.
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Information on other webinars of this series is available here.