Mentis and ImageSoft to Host Session at NACM

Empowering Court Administrators and Judges in the Digital Age

Be sure to catch this session at the upcoming National Association for Court Management Annual Conference in Las Vegas, NV July 21-25. It highlights the innovations in judicial tools and digital workflows to address the challenges and gaps in connecting the Court with disparate stakeholders.

“Empowering the judiciary requires technological evolution,” says Dan Wallis, Court Administrator for the 22nd Judicial Circuit. In this session, he shares key project milestones, demonstrates the innovative ways his Court is leveraging case data today and outlines his future plans for bringing the judiciary front and center to ALL information sources.

About the Speakers

James “Dan” Wallis

James “Dan” Wallis is the Trial Court Administrator for the 22nd Judicial Circuit of McHenry County, Illinois. Dan earned his undergraduate degree in business management and is a Certified Court Executive through the National Center for State Courts and a Fellow of the Institute for Court Management. Dan is pursuing his graduate degree from the University of Nevada, Reno in Justice Management.

Ben Martin

Ben Martin has been with Mentis Technology since 2010 where has served in a number of key roles in evangelizing and implementing aiSMARTBENCH. He currently serves as Vice President of Sales and Marketing. Ben came to Mentis with over 25 years professional experience in the content management industry. 

Brad Smith

Brad Smith, with over 30 years of experience as an advisor to the state and local courts / government market, has collaborated with judges, clerks of courts and law enforcement to provide electronic solutions (legal research, eFiling, electronic workflow and judicial dashboards) to increase the efficiency of justice through technology innovations.  He is currently the Senior Justice Consultant with ImageSoft, Inc and a contributing member of the Government – Justice and Public Safety projects team.

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