With a growing number of law firms and other employers demanding proof of a COVID-19 vaccine, along with universities, restaurants and cruise ships, will courtrooms be the next place to ban the non-inoculated?

A few federal courts have adopted policies requiring lawyers to be fully vaccinated before standing up in front of a judge. In an age where mandated precautions against the coronavirus have become divisive, it’s not hard to imagine vaccination mandates for lawyers becoming the latest battle front. But the best argument for fighting such measures is based on how they impact clients, some constitutional experts said.

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