Ahead of the Curve: How (and Why) Law Schools Should Be Preparing Future Litigators for the Virtual Courtroom
This week’s column examines why law schools should have courses devoted to teaching students the art of litigating in a virtual courtroom setting. I also share some of my own experience as a litigant in remote court at the start the pandemic in order to shed light on the unique challenges budding lawyers could face if they choose to become litigators after graduation.
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