While the potential use cases of virtual reality technology in the courtroom have been flaunted for some time, the days of jurors and judges wearing VR goggles to review evidence are likely still some years away.

Still, it doesn’t mean legal professionals aren’t already leveraging virtual reality technology in certain cases. For example, VR evidence has made quite the difference in mediations, often turning the tide and avoiding going to trial all together.

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