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Top 10 Ways to Stay Informed & Connected

    1. Subscribe to Court News
      daily email compilation of top news headlines pertaining to the Michigan judiciary
    2. Sign up to receive orders, opinions, and administrative matters
      Receive e-mail notices of Supreme Court and Court of Appeals actions as they are issued.
    3. Like the Michigan Supreme Court on Facebook and Follow on Twitter
      online social media sites containing real-time news and updates relevant to the Michigan judiciary, as well as resources from State Court Administrative Office
    4. Bookmark the “One Court of Justice” website
      Find news, information and administrative resources to assist courts around the state.
    5. Request media training
      Barbara Browne: 517-373-0714 or browneb@courts.mi.gov
      training and preparation for courts on handling news media calls and interviews in a variety of settings and circumstances, drafting news releases, and more
    6. Request a comprehensive media list for my area
      Stacy Sellek:  517-373-0035 or selleks@courts.mi.gov
      media outlets, contact names, phone numbers and emails for reporters and editors
    7. Read the MSC Courts & Media Guidelines 
      Barbara Browne: 517-373-0714 or browneb@courts.mi.gov
      tips for courts on making the best decisions when handling news media calls and interviews, social media, cameras in the courtroom, and more
    8. Seek advice in a crisis 
      John Nevin: 517-373-0129 or nevinj@courts.mi.gov
      guidance on handling emerging crisis situations
    9. Learn about MSC Community Outreach
      connecting the Court with the public and media through efforts such as Court Community Connections (when the Supreme Court goes on the road), Constitution Day, Law Day,  and Law School for Journalists
    10. Learn how Michigan courts are Driving Change to Improve Service to the Public
      follow the Michigan judiciary’s progress in three priority areas: improving outcomes by measuring performance and adopting best practices; implementing technology to work smarter; and re-engineering courts to increase efficiency