Aspen Publishing

Remote Advocacy: A Guide to Survive and Thrive

National Institute of Trial Advocacy


  • ISBN: 9781601569394

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  • Description

    The COVID-19 pandemic has changed nearly every aspect of a trial lawyer’s professional life but one: the need to provide skilled and competent advocacy to their clients. Remote Advocacy: A Guide to Survive and Thrive is a collection of thirteen essays designed to help you adapt to the whiplash changes your practice and the justice system have endured this year. With topics ranging from video-conferencing etiquette, attorney-client interviewing and relationship building, ethics, and discovery, to mediation and arbitration, pro se litigants, and hearings from a judge’s perspective, these essays will provide you with practical guidance for lawyering in a time of extraordinary change. Sharing their insight and experience in these pages are NITA faculty and authors Mary Jo Barr, A.J. Bellido de Luna, Elizabeth Boals, Rebecca Diaz-Bonilla, Reuben Guttman, Sidney Kanazawa, and Whitney Untiedt, among others. Whether you read it cover to cover or reach for it for a specific topic, you will find pragmatic advice to help you handle our changing legal environment.

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