Happy Friday from Avalon and Brad, and welcome to another round-up of the week’s news about the judiciary. The judiciary was forced to undergo changes during the pandemic to keep its doors open, and now courts across the country are having serious discussions about what new rules should stick around. Plus, a new survey shows more than 60% of judges believe their courthouses are accessible to people with disabilities, but many are still worried about access to justice. 

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A covid-19 sign at a New York City-based courthouse. A sign hung at 100 Centre Street in Manhattan on July 14, 2021 informs visitors they can show their vaccination cards or New York Excelsior pass at the information desk and receive a pass allowing them to opt out of wearing a mask inside. Photo: Ryland West/ALM

Judiciary’s Post-Pandemic Lessons 

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