Our Civil Justice System: What's Next? (REPLAY)
Wednesday, December 23, 2020 (1:30 p.m.–4:30 p.m.)
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In February, we convened a program and explored changes to our Civil Litigation system to bring it into the 21st century, and many of you engaged in that challenging discussion. Then the pandemic struck, translating theory into stark reality. So, what’s next? Can we leverage this unprecedented situation to create lasting innovation without sacrificing central tenets of our system that protect plaintiffs and defendants? COVID-19 has shown that we can adapt quickly, and we are now able to seize the opportunity presented. Join us to be part of the next iteration of our legal future.
- Identify process gaps revealed by the pandemic and what was done to meet them
- Inventory "new" processes that are being implemented at trial and appellate levels
- Discuss benchmarking of innovative steps taken to properly measure their success (or failure)
- Propose how to move from temporary emergency measures to long-lasting and solid improvements
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