February 2021 Bar Bulletin
By Catherine W. Smith
(First of Two Parts)
Last year, as noted in our December column, I served on a task force that drafted a set of proposed “best practices” for remote video argument, with several appellate colleagues across the country, all Fellows of the American Academy of Appellate Lawyers.
When I reported on our work a few months ago, I had hoped events would conspire to not have to follow up with a second column on video remote argument. Alas, no — it looks like we will be presenting remotely for at least a few more months. So, this column is devoted to...