Ga. Courts Plan To Keep Pandemic's Digital Innovations

By Rosie Manins (May 27, 2022, 9:34 AM EDT) -- Georgia lawyers and judges are eager to see courts return to normalcy after the pandemic, yet plan to continue using many of the digital tools that streamlined more routine hearings to make lasting changes in the way Peach State litigators practice.

A stratification of proceedings has emerged, with litigators and courts preferring to gather in-person for substantive hearings and trials, but opting to use videoconferencing to handle routine or less complicated matters. That pattern, expected to continue for the foreseeable future, is praised by attorneys who say it strikes the right balance of improved efficiency without sacrificing work quality and the...

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