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Track 4: 0 to Something: The Start and Evolution of Mobile Apps in New Jersey

Tuesday, September 22, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Location: 101 D/E

Presenters: Miguel Navarro, Robert H. Jacobsen

Track: The Judiciary in a Virtual, Mobile, Social World

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Are you interested in using mobile apps in your organization?  Or maybe you need to improve the number of users for the mobile apps in your organization?  These are questions that we are continuing to explore in the State of New Jersey Judiciary.  Come and listen to our firsthand experiences travelling down the road of establishing the use of mobile apps in our organization. This session will inform you about how to implement mobile apps into your organization from an idea to a finished product.  The session will also talk about technological, legal, and organizational challenges and solutions in building the first steps in implementing mobile apps into your organization.

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About the Presenters

Miguel Navarro

Miguel Navarro joined the New Jersey Administrative Office of the Courts in 2012 as an Information Technology Analyst for the Information Technology Office.  He has been developing mobile apps for over eight years.  He is the Lead Developer for the Judiciary Mobile Application Development Team.  Miguel instructs peers in mobile development software and technologies. Miguel was appointed to the Asian-Hispanic Working Group atthe New Jersey Administrative Office of the Courts.  He is a member of the Technology and Recruitment subcommittee for college outreach.

Robert H. Jacobsen

Robert H. Jacobsen joined the New Jersey Administrative Office of the Courts in 1987. He is the senior project manager for the Information Technology Office. His teams provide IT support for the New Jersey Supreme Court, Appellate Court, Civil Courts, and Tax Court, as well as the attorney registration and jury management systems. Mr. Jacobsen initiated the Mobile Applications Development team in 2013. They have developed several mobile applications for jurors, attorneys, municipal courts, and the New Jersey Judicial Conference. He was previously a juvenile probation officer with Bucks County Pennsylvania and an IT project manager for Aetna. He holds a BS in criminal justice from the Pennsylvania State University and an AS in computer science and architectural engineering.