This is the first installment in a new Lit Daily series titled, “Holding Court,” in which we touch base with trial judges across the country about how the pandemic is affecting how they manage their dockets. Have a suggestion for a judge I should be reaching out to or a venue where something particularly interesting is happening? You can reach me on email [email protected] or DM me on Twitter @Ross_Todd
Welcome to the first edition of a series we’re calling “Holding Court,” a series of conversations with judges exploring the variety of ways that the pandemic has changed the way that the nation’s trial courts conduct their business and the things individual jurists are doing to adjust to whatever the new normal is going to be.
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