Maryland Court Professionals Take Part in Conference

MAACM meeting
Members of the Maryland Judiciary take part
in the Mid-Atlantic Association for Court
Management's 2013 Annual Conference.

As part of an effort to provide opportunities for continuing education, training and professional development, 44 members of the Judiciary took part in the 2013 Mid-Atlantic Association for Court Management’s (MAACM) Annual Conference Sept. 29-Oct. 2. Court professionals from Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington, D.C. gathered in Atlantic City, N.J., to share best practices and knowledge with their colleagues who are facing similar issues and challenges.

Conference topics included fundamentals of court management, community courts, access and fairness initiatives, transformational leadership, and information technology management. “The conference provided a great opportunity to speak frankly and share information,” said Dave Seeman, chief of Technical Services for Montgomery ┬áCounty Circuit Court and vice president of MAACM. “One of the benefits of taking part in this amazing opportunity was the chance to network with and learn from other court professionals who have comparable responsibilities in jurisdictions throughout the Mid-Atlantic. We enhanced our professional skills and learned new trends in court management.”