Limited-Scope Representation: Preparing for the COVID-19 Influx of Cases

By Dalton Courson – March 25, 2021 | There is great potential that courts will be overwhelmed with eviction and foreclosure matters.

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Confronting Mounting Case Backlogs Using Creative Strategies and Virtual Jury Trial Technology

By Mitchell A. Chester – March 25, 2021 | Now is a good time to ponder the ethical implications of failing to include virtual jury trials and other creative strategies in the list of powerful advocacy and case management tools available as the pandemic rages on.

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Practice Points

Now Accepting Nominations for John Minor Wisdom Award

By Access to Justice Committee – February 8, 2021 | The Access to Justice Committee is seeking nominations for the Section's prestigious 2021 John Minor Wisdom Public Service and Professionalism Award.

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Pro Bono Opportunities

James D. Abrams gives a brief overview of the need for pro bono services and opportunities to provide such services. (7:04 min.)

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Best Practices in Dealing with Self-Represented Litigants

Former Pima County Superior Court Judge Karen Adam discusses the increase in self-represented litigants and what it means for the legal system as a whole. (11:06 min.)

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