Best Practice for Remote Advocacy During the Pandemic

Hon. Gail A. Andler (Ret.)
Hon. Gail A. Andler (Ret.)
JAMS Mediator, Arbitrator, Referee/Special Master, Hearing Officer
Daniel B. Garrie, Esq.
Daniel B. Garrie, Esq.
JAMS Mediator, Arbitrator, Referee/Special Master, Hearing Officer

Published January 15, 2021

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has significantly changed the legal world. Legal proceedings have traditionally been in-person activities, with counsel, parties, witnesses, and the Judge, arbitrator, or mediator all physically present. However, the pandemic has caused a rapid turn to technology as many proceedings and functions that would typically be deemed in-person activities have transitioned to being remote. As attorneys, especially litigation attorneys, make the transition to remote trials and hearings, it is vital to be aware of some best practices associated with the relatively new concept of remote advocacy.

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