Spencer Fane attorney John Browning shared his thoughts on how judges can remain informed of today’s ever-evolving technology in a recent article published by Government Technology, a print and digital publication focusing on public-sector innovation for state and local government.
In the article, How Do – and Should – Judges Stay Up to Date on Technology?, John explained how the lack of a uniform system impacts overall technology curriculum.
John stated, “We see certain states and their judicial education conferences making technology a regular part of the curriculum, but there’s still nothing uniform across the country.”
He also shared that “judges in all states should have a mandatory duty of tech competence, obligating them to be conversant on technology topics.”
At Spencer Fane, John views his role as a trial lawyer to be that of a problem-solver for his clients. Whether it’s analyzing a case’s potential for early resolution through a dispositive motion, working with a client to develop a defensive trial strategy, or putting his extensive writing and media experience to use in helping a client protect its brand in the public eye, John brings a pragmatic, problem-solving approach. John is also a former Justice on the Fifth Court of Appeals.
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