3 Ways To Leverage Internet Access During Trial

Law360, New York (April 18, 2013, 2:55 PM EDT) -- Courtrooms, which have traditionally been one of the bastions of low technology, now have Wi-Fi, which means that the Internet is accessible while court is in session. Even in courtrooms without Wi-Fi, many lawyers are bringing to court their personal MiFi systems (which provide users their own personal Wi-Fi network). The implications of access to the Internet in the courtroom are widespread for trial lawyers — not taking advantage of Internet access during trial puts us at a disadvantage against our adversaries.

Here are three practical...
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