IConference Hon. Don Horowitz

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IConference Hon. Don Horowitz

  1. 2. with liberty and  justice for all
  2. 3. What values are essential to include in the architecture and content of Information Systems?
  3. 4. Access to Justice Technology  Principles
  4. 5. who is all?  
  5. 6. Audiences
  6. 7. III. Openness and Privacy:     Technology in the justice system should be designed and used to meet the dual responsibilities of being open to the public and protecting personal privacy.
  7. 8. II. Technology and Just Results:     The overriding objective of the justice system is a just result achieved through a just process by impartial and well-informed decision makers.  
  8. 9. V. Maximizing  Public Awareness and Use:     The justice system should promote public knowledge and understanding of the tools afforded by technology to access justice.
  9. 10. "There can be no gainsaying of the fact that a great revolution is taking place in the world today . . . that is, a technological revolution, with the impact of automation and cybernation . . . . Now, whenever anything new comes into history it brings with it new challenges and new opportunities. . . . [T]he geographical oneness of this age has come into being to a large extent through modern man's scientific ingenuity. Modern man through his scientific genius has been able to dwarf distance and place time in chains. . . . Through our scientific and technological genius, we have made of this world a neighborhood and yet we have not had the ethical commitment to make of it a brotherhood. But somehow, and in some way, we have got to do this." Reverend Martin Luther King, March 31, 1968
  10. 11. Washington Supreme Court Washington Judicial Information Systems Committee Administrative Office of the Courts Washington State Office of Public Defense Washington State Office of Civil Legal Aid Washington State Office of the Attorney General Washington State Office of Administrative Hearings Washington State Department of Information Services Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs Washington State Patrol Washington Association of Prosecuting Attorneys Dispute Resolutions Centers of Washington 30 Statewide, civil legal aid programs Washington State Equal Justice Coalition Washington State Alliance for Equal Justice Legal Foundation of Washington Washington State Access to Justice Board Washington State Civil Legal Aid Oversight Committee   Washington State Superior Court Judges Association Washington State District and Municipal Court Judges Association Washington Association of County Clerks Washington State Bar Association Washington Defender Association University of Washington Information School Kalispel Tribe of Indians Tulalip Tribe Chehalis Tribe Gonzaga University School of Law Seattle University School of Law University of Washington School of Law NoaNet (Northwest Open Access Network) Pacific Northwest GigaPop Communities Connect of Washington Washington State Law Library Association WA Association of County and City Information Systems     WASHINGTON STATE JUSTICENET PARTNERS
  11. 12. ATJWeb.org
  12. 13. www.justice.gov/atj/

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