Attorneys arguing cases in the Appellate Division, Second Department, will be allowed to use electronic devices in the courtroom to refer to notes, briefs or the record and to conduct research and take notes, according to a policy announced Thursday.

Making phone calls or using the devices for any other purpose is still prohibited. Litigants arguing pro se will also be able to refer to the electronic devices.

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