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The change to video calls has been a culture shock for many.

The pandemic has caused disruption across multiple industries and the legal profession is no exception.

As part of its transition to remote working, legal professionals and practices have had to move court hearings into virtual spaces. This has been a culture shock for many lawyers and legal firms which have previously been wedded to procedure and tradition,  and therefore slower than most sectors to adopt new video technologies.

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