Courts Encouraged to Standardize Remote Hearing Procedures

Although remote court hearings continue to be afflicted by technical glitches and stressed-out judges tethered to their computers for hours on end, the benefits of remote hearings are worth investing the time and resources necessary to make them a permanent, reliable part of the administration of justice in this country. Everyone, it seems, benefits from…

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New York Weighs First-Ever Cybersecurity CLE Requirement

The New York State Unified Court System recently published for public comment a proposal that would require state’s lawyers to take one hour of continuing legal education (CLE) on cybersecurity topics. The proposal, if adopted, would make New York the first state to explicitly require cybersecurity education for its attorneys. New York officials want attorneys…

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