In early March, Kirkland & Ellis associate Sara Shaw Tatum received an email from a partner at the firm about the scheduled date of an oral argument in Connecticut’s federal district court. Jokingly, she volunteered to argue the case.

But her colleague took the offer seriously, as did the client—and it wasn’t long before Tatum was preparing to present her first argument remotely.

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