Trials and Tribulations of Virtual Litigation with Phoebe Coddington and Heather Fuller
One year ago, nearly to the day of this recording, our lives shifted on a global scale. Like nearly all industries, the legal system had to learn to navigate a virtual world overnight. With it came its trials and tribulations — some foreseeable, others not so much (we feel for you, cat-lawyer). In our conversation this week, we trade best practices, stories of the good and the bad, and our hopes and predictions for the courtrooms of the future.
Some topics discussed include:
- Preparation has always been, and will always be, key.
- KISS theory (keep it simple, stupid): its history and its relevance
- Security concerns via Zoom vs. Teams vs. Webex
- Advantages/disadvantages to delays and lack of continuity when examining a witness
- Fully virtual vs. partially virtual vs. in person – what’s the best route for different types of needs?
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