Courts and litigators were forced to adapt, basically overnight, to the previously unthinkable reality of virtual courtrooms. But with remote litigation here to stay, it’s now up to law schools to adapt by preparing students to advocate for clients in a digital environment. spoke with former U.S. District Judge Jeremy Fogel of the Northern District of California about the future of virtual courtrooms and how law schools need to be preparing graduates for this “new normal” of courtroom proceedings.

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