Law Brief®: Hon. Norman St. George and Richard Schoenstein Explore Virtual Court Proceedings

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On the latest Law Brief® episode, “Order in the Online Court!,” Hon. Norman St. George, the Chief Administrative Judge for Nassau County joins partner and host Richard Schoenstein to discuss the New York State Courts' miraculous transition to virtual proceedings. They delve into the Virtual Bench Trial Protocols and Procedures adopted by the Unified Court System and the future of virtual court proceedings as the pandemic subsides.

Law Brief®, available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, and Twitter, See more +

On the latest Law Brief® episode, “Order in the Online Court!,” Hon. Norman St. George, the Chief Administrative Judge for Nassau County joins partner and host Richard Schoenstein to discuss the New York State Courts' miraculous transition to virtual proceedings. They delve into the Virtual Bench Trial Protocols and Procedures adopted by the Unified Court System and the future of virtual court proceedings as the pandemic subsides.

Law Brief®, available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, and Twitter, provides short discussions of current legal issues of interest, designed for non-experts on the go.

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