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State Bar of Texas Podcast : Remote Court: Judge Emily Miskel’s Insights On COVID-Era Proceedings

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After a year of remote court, how are judges, lawyers, and litigants doing? State Bar of Texas podcast host Rocky Dhir talks with Judge Emily Miskel, vice chair of the Texas Supreme Court’s Remote Proceedings Task Force, about the many innovations in Texas courts throughout the past year. Judge Misk
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After a year of remote court, how are judges, lawyers, and litigants doing? State Bar of Texas podcast host Rocky Dhir talks with Judge Emily Miskel, vice chair of the Texas Supreme Court’s Remote Proceedings Task Force, about the many innovations in Texas courts throughout the past year. Judge Miskel highlights the advantages of remote court and its ability to increase access to justice for many litigants, and predicts what newly established systems will remain in place in the future, even after courts fully open. Judge Emily Miskel has served as judge of the 470th district court of Collin County, Texas, since the court was created in 2015. In 2020, she began serving as the Local Administrative District Judge of Collin County, and has coordinated the courts’ COVID response, keeping courts running during the pandemic.
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