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Virtual practice makes virtually perfect: How to make virtual hearings successful

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Virtual practice makes virtually perfect: How to make virtual hearings successful

Earlier this year, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic’s forced restrictions on personal gatherings, two arbitrators decided to conduct a series of simulated virtual hearings in order to gauge efficacy and best practices. Between May and October, they coaxed arbitration and advocacy professionals from across North America to participate. The key takeaway from the experiment?

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