This weblog and its various categories primarily examine the interplay between law, technology, and the courts. Which also sometimes means delving into knowledge management, methods for troubleshooting these micropublishing tools, and other bits of arcana.
"In my capacity as Clerk of the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia, I deal with the connections between law, technology and the courts on a daily basis. Because a central function of a court clerk is to preserve court records and disseminate public information about the courts and court proceedings, I use this site to pass along relevant news and information about court technology efforts with a wider community. I've been involved in a variety of technology initiatives since joining the court, including: selecting, installing, configuring, and administering a new case management system for the Court; creating an innovative inter-agency electronic document exchange program, which was featured at the 2001 CTC7; creating and maintaining a free listserv that distributes topical summaries of all opinions, rules, and significant case developments; and participating in electronic filing standards development through observing the progress of LegalXML workgroups" - Rory Perry