In The Press April 28, 2020

Blind Justice: No Visual Cues in High Court Phone Cases (Associated Press)

Because of the coronavirus pandemic the high court is, for the first time in its 230-year history, holding arguments by telephone. William Jay, a partner in and co-chair of Goodwin’s Appellate Litigation practice, shares advice as a lawyer who has already done telephone arguments as the virus outbreak has forced courts around the country to move to phone or video hearings. Read the Associated Press article here