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Amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, as one judge recently observed, “our courts are unleashing the creativity, adaptability, and imagination of a MASH unit in times of war to figure out how to communicate to the public, answer questions, provide necessary guidance, and resolve matters by telephone, videoconference, and email that only a few weeks ago were resolved only in person in court.” And litigators are likewise quickly learning the art of remote litigation. Even after the height of this pandemic passes, these innovations may continue to be used. This article reviews the evolving landscape of how remote technology is being used to help achieve civil justice.

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