March 2021 Bar Bulletin
By Catherine W. Smith
We continue with the second part of this column from the February issue
(Second 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...