“Observing Online Courts: Lessons from the Pandemic” an important foundational work

The COVID-19 pandemic  saw courts that are normally resistant to change trying to quickly adapt to physical closure of buildings.  As Professor Elizabeth Thornburg writes in her new article Observing Online Courts: Lessons from the Pandemic, “[o]ur normally hidebound courts are moving online with surprising speed.” This development provided an opportunity for Professor Thornburg and her students to spend several months observing a variety of court processes. For those interested in the recent rapid institutional adaptation of technology, this is an important foundational work.

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