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How to Be Successful in Remote Court Hearings: The 60-Minute Lawyer

Practical tips for state and federal court

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    The program offers practical tips and advice for handling remote hearings of all kinds in state and federal court with recent real-world examples to help illustrate what you can do to be as successful remotely as you would be in the courtroom.

    Remote court hearings are here and they are most likely here to stay in one form or another. This program focuses on how to succeed when appearing in court remotely, whether by telephone or videoconference. The faculty discusses their recent experiences in state and federal trial and appeals courts, offering practice tips and advice about how to prepare for remote hearings, avoid technological problems, and advocate persuasively for your clients even when you are not appearing in person before a tribunal.

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    • 12:00 pm - 12:05 pm

      General Advice

    • 12:05 pm - 12:15 pm

      Technological Issues

    • 12:15 pm - 12:25 pm

      Specific Types of Hearings

    • 12:25 pm - 12:35 pm

      State Court

    • 12:35 pm - 12:45 pm

      Federal Court

    • 12:45 pm - 12:55 pm

      Best Practices

    • 12:55 pm - 1:00 pm

      "Ask the Experts" Q&A Session and Key Takeaways


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