Whether we like it or not, virtual oral arguments are here to stay. And while the virtual set-up can be convenient, it also presents challenges--from cat filters to zoom-bombing toddlers to remembering to use the mute button properly. CLE covers tips for effective virtual appellate arguments. Learn how to best set-up your space for argument, including lighting, background, and sound, and how to avoid some of the common pitfalls that have gone viral. Learn also how to build a connection with the bench and engage in a conversation, despite the virtual format.
Tessa Dysart, Assistant Director of Legal Writing and Clinical Professor of Law, University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law
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