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Some judges know firsthand the price of courtroom innovation—because they paid for it out of their own pockets.

As COVID-19 infections and lockdowns spread in the U.S., the demand for digital access outpaced some court systems’ ability to license videoconferencing software, leaving some judges footing the bill for their chambers’ videoconferencing subscriptions. 

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Victoria Hudgins

I am a reporter for Legaltech News where I cover national and international cyber regulations and legal tech innovations and developments.

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