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Thought-Leadership on Collaborative Video - Judge Boyd Patterson

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Video is quickly being adopted into many organizations across the globe to facilitate more dynamic business processes.  Our region will be no exception.

To help organizations in the region learn more about how video is already re-inventing the Justice process, we are excited to have an opportunity to host  Judge M. Boyd Patterson, Jr. (ret.), Senior Judicial Advisor for Cisco Systems' Connected Justice initiative.



Judge Patterson will be speaking about his experience in Dallas, Texas overseeing the deployment and usage of the largest video connected justice program the United States. He established video protocols beginning with the initiation of cases, through all stages in court to post-conviction proceedings.

While Judge Patterson's expertise will connect directly to those in the Legal, Government/Justice and related agencies - Judge Patterson's expertise with leading innovation with video into organizations will be of interest to any organizational leaders looking to understand the opportunities afforded by today's video technology.

Please note that seating is limited for this event and we are already have an unusually high level of interest in this session.  Please be sure to RSVP quickly to secure your seat.


About Judge Patterson:

Judge M. Boyd Patterson is the Senior Judicial Advisor for Connected Justice with Cisco, a new position created in 2011.  His is a resident expert and advisor on telepresence and videoconferencing in law enforcement and judicial fields.

Patterson served for 29 years as a Judge in Dallas County, Texas, the last 25 of which as Chief Magistrate for the Criminal District Courts.  In this position, he presided over the disposition of felony cases and had administrative responsibility and management authority over 14 Judges and associated court support staff.  Patterson initiated the first videoconference system within the Dallas County judicial system in 2007 and by the time of his retirement had expanded it to become the largest connected justice program in the United States.  Patterson established video protocols beginning with the initiation of cases through all stages in court to post-conviction proceedings.

Patterson received his Bachelor of Arts from Southern Methodist University and his Juris Doctor from the Southern Methodist University School of Law and has been a frequent speaker at legal education and leadership training events around the country.

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