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Implementation Update: Criminal Odyssey Go-Live

Posted By Administration, Friday, November 2, 2018

Please see the attached message from Rebecca Fleming regarding the implementation of Go-Live for Criminal Odyssey November 13, 2018.


To Our Valued Justice Partners –  

We are two very short weeks away from the culmination of years of investment, planning, and effort to go-live with the implementation of Odyssey across our Criminal Division. Beginning in January 2015, one of our Court’s highest priorities has been the implementation of the Odyssey case management system in all case types. We have accomplished this process one division at a time and now will finalize our efforts with Criminal.   
 
On November 13, 2018 our court will realize the fulfillment of an effort many years in the making. The Santa Clara County Superior Court is making all final preparations for the daily use of this new, valuable, and modern tool. 

Read the full Criminal Odyssey- Go Live implementation update here

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October 23 Digest

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Jeff Sessions Lauded New 'Originalist' Majority at Supreme Court. Not So Fast

Paul Weiss Is Out, Latham In for Seton Hall Sex Abuse Investigation

In Fracas Over 9th Circuit Nominee, Grassley Calls on Home State Senators to Return Blue Slips

Perkins Coie, Covington Lawyers Are Next Up for Judicial Confirmation Hearing

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October 19 Digest

Posted By Administration, Friday, October 19, 2018

SC to Pay $240M to Settle Sex Abuse Claims Over Campus Gynecologist

Top Plaintiffs' Expert Says McGuireWoods Partner's 'Abusive' Deposition Threatened His Health

SEC Charges Bay Area Immigration Lawyer, Firm With Securities Fraud in Alleged EB-5 Scheme

Musk, Tesla Board Sued Over CEO's 'Erratic Behavior'

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Qualcomm Asks 9th Circuit to Intervene in $5B Class Action

Posted By Administration, Thursday, October 18, 2018

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October 17 Digest

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Allison Rushing, Fourth Circ. Nominee, Defends Experience Before Senators

California's New Sexual Harassment Training Regs Pack Potential 'Bandwagon Effect'

No Spring Enrollment for Embattled Thomas Jefferson School of Law

DOJ Drums Up Second Threat to a Circuit Court Over DACA Deadline

Orrick Associates Win Civil Suit for UC Davis Student Who Said She Was Raped—and Then Got Sued for Defamation

Boies Schiller Partner Tapped as Special Prosecutor in Arpaio Appeal

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October 12 Digest

Posted By Administration, Friday, October 12, 2018

New Report Finds Female Path to Law Firm Partnership a Sluggish Crawl

Washington Supreme Court strikes down state death penalty as racially biased

The Washington Supreme Court has ruled the state’s death penalty violates the state constitution because it is imposed in an arbitrary and racially biased manner.
Read the full story at ABA Journal

 

Meet Justice Kavanaugh's four female law clerks, a hiring first

Justice Brett Kavanaugh joins the Supreme Court on Tuesday with a staff of four female law clerks.
Read the full story at ABA Journal

 

Study: Average price of a JD drops amid declining class sizes, costing $1.5B a year in lost tuition

Law schools have cut class sizes and offered tuition discounts that lowered the average inflation-adjusted cost of a law degree by 6 percent from 2010 to 2016, according to a new study.
Read the full story at ABA Journal

 

Meet Donald Trump's Latest Batch of Judges

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October 11 Digest

Posted By Administration, Thursday, October 11, 2018

Trump Names 13 More Nominees for the Federal Bench

Judge Tentatively Strikes $250M in Punitives From Roundup Verdict

Trio of Big Law Partners, Clerk for Judge Davila Among 33 Tapped for State Trial Bench

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October 10 Digest

Posted By Administration, Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Circuit Court Nominee Chad Readler Quizzed on DOJ's Defense of Trump Policies

Ex-Big Law Associate Launches International Boutique in DC

Federal Circuit Judge Wants to Rethink 'Natural Phenomena' Case Law

In Arpaio Case, Deeply Divided Ninth Circuit Stands By Decision to Appoint Special Prosecutor

Marcia Coyle: Kavanaugh's Partisanship Doesn't Just Vanish Now

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October 9 Digest

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Feinstein's Chief Counsel Joins Wiley Rein Following Kavanaugh Confirmation Fight

Will the State's New Bot-Outing Law Be More Than Just Tough Talk?

Can New Leave Policies Help Big Law Escape the Parent Trap?

Is California Gender-Balance on Boards Law Set to Collide With Delaware Legal Doctrine?

The Justices Have Three Chances This Term to Bolster Arbitration

Women-Owned Law Firms Surge Amid Gender Disparity in the Profession

In the Wake of Facebook Breach Suit, Familiar Plaintiffs Tandem Takes Aim at Google+

Courts Upholds $335K Award Against Manatt in Recruiter Suit

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September 28 Digest

Posted By Administration, Friday, September 28, 2018

9th Circuit En Banc Panel Reviews Class Action Settlement Approval in 'Hyundai'

Apple to Take Its First Shots at Narrowing Suits Over Throttled iPhones

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Class Cert Reversed in Uber Drivers' Suit Over Tip Sharing, Classification

Ex-Cushman & Wakefield Executive Sues Firm Over Race, Gender Claims

Awaiting a Ninth Justice, Supreme Court Tinkers With Its Docket

Jeff Sessions' Rules for Immigration Courts ‘Unprecedented,’ Union Head Says

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