IT Management


JMI provides training for information technology management for courts and justice system stakeholders. The range of information technology typologies that are addressed by leaders, managers, and IT practitioners include the following:

Core mission applications

  • Case and jury management
  • E-filing
  • Document management

Public access technologies

  • Websites and case information portals
  • Web-based applications for court users
  • E-commerce

Enterprise management

  • Information systems for criminal and juvenile justice systems
  • Human resource applications
  • Finance management

Shared services

  • Judge and bench resources
  • Email
  • Office automation applications
Information technology management certificate training, Michigan State University (MSU) Judicial Administration program:

The training is a seven to six-hour course utilizing MSU’s core certificate curriculum. While courts, institutes, and associations offer, with a small fee to MSU, the course for certificate credit at conferences and standalone events, other participants often join the course. Tim Dibble, adjunct professor at MSU, is the instructor for IT management training. The course is organized into five sections:

  • Purposes of courts and IT principles
  • History and trajectory of technology
  • Leadership and strategic planning
  • Applications and services
  • Project management
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