A panel discussion on court technology Wednesday focused their expectation that judges would continue conducting arguments by video and other remote means, even after the COVID-19 pandemic has finally passed.

The group’s remarks could be seen as a high-profile embrace of the court’s remote capabilities, as well as a sign of some pressure within the judiciary that expanded use of video and teleconferencing technology could be here to stay.

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