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What has Changed in the Courts in 2020: Technology in the court; Future of Advocacy

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25 minutes
Published
2020
Presenter(s)
Geoffrey Morawetz
Guy Pratte
Source
Middlesex Law Association
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CPDOnline.ca
Language
English
Length
55 minutes
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$89.00 plus tax
MLA's 2020 Straight From the Bench Conference
Includes Handouts

Chief Justice Geoffrey Morawetz discussed Technology in the Courts, What has Changed in 2020, and how things will likely improve with software programming called Caselines in 2021.

Guy Pratte of BLG LLP shared his thoughts on the Future of Advocacy and, in particular, emphasized the continued importance of oral advocacy.  He encouraged lawyers to continue to rely on written advocacy, but being persuasive, and looking people in the eye, would still be essential skills of advocates in the future.

Presenters

Geoffrey Morawetz

Chief Justice Geoffrey Morawetz discussed Technology in the Courts, What has Changed in 2020, and how things will likely improve with software programming called Caselines in 2021.

Guy Pratte

Guy Pratte of BLG LLP shared his thoughts on the Future of Advocacy and, in particular, emphasized the continued importance of oral advocacy.  He encouraged lawyers to continue to rely on written advocacy, but being persuasive, and looking people in the eye, would still be essential skills of advocates in the future.

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