Courts in Texas are still functioning and are successfully implementing technologies like Zoom and YouTube to help keep the courts open and available to the public. Jackson Walker partner Luke J. Gilman talks about how Texas courts use Zoom and other technologies to help keep court personnel, lawyers, litigants, and the public safe, and keep the wheels of justice moving.
The music is by Eve Searls.
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