Yo! Harvard tells courts how to avoid the budget axe (oops, too late)
Play nice. Become friends. Be good communicators.
The National Center for State Courts and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government recently published a paper, “Keeping Courts Funded: Recommendations on How Courts Can Avoid the Budget Axe“, explaining how state courts can better advocate for funding by approaching the budgetary process proactively, effectively, and humbly. [Oh my!]
I think this Law Library and our ilk can help the Courts with this issue. We have been lobbying for funding since 1891, for gosh sakes! Just look at look how good we have been at it.
Oh. Never mind.