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‘Like Showing Up for Court Without Their Hair Combed’: Why Law Students Need to Learn the Etiquette of Virtual Litigation

BY CHRISTINE CHARNOSKY, November 29, 2021

Law.com spoke with former U.S. District Judge Jeremy Fogel of the Northern District of California about the future of virtual courtrooms and how law schools need to be preparing graduates for this “new normal” of courtroom proceedings.

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Expanding Electronic Access to the Federal Courts: the Pandemic’s Unexpected Opportunity

BY JUDGE JEREMY FOGEL, April 21, 2020

During this time of crisis, the courts have a chance to learn from the virtual ways they are doing their work.

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