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Remote Advocacy in a Nutshell

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Are you new to remote proceedings and need some additional guidance? Check out Remote Advocacy in a Nutshell by Tracy Walters McCormick. Remote Advocacy in a Nutshell is a “definitive guide to the brave new world of remote advocacy for the trial and appellate practitioner—as well as law students and recent law grads.” It addresses many different types of proceedings, such as hearings, arbitrations, mediations, and depositions. The book even provides tips for using remote technology based on sessions and discussions with judges and lawyers about remote proceedings following the onset of the pandemic. Chapters include, “Preparation and Planning Ahead”, “Presenting and Preparing Witnesses and Depositions”, “Hearings, Bench Trials and Appellate Arguments”, and “Best Practices for Remote Technology.”

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