Virtual Proceedings and Access to Justice
Necessity being the mother of invention, courts and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) providers have adapted to the inability to hold in-person proceedings during the pandemic by relying on teleconferencing and videoconferencing to conduct judicial business. As social distancing requirements ease and courthouses and businesses return to normal, there are good reasons to continue using virtual platforms to conduct civil proceedings, the most compelling of which is to ensure that those who are economically disadvantaged have equal access to justice.
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