Board expects to hear best practices for remote proceedings report
The Board of Governors is expected to weigh proposed best practices for remote proceedings, and receive reports, including one from the Access Commission, when it convenes an interim meeting February 23.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Board of Governors has called several interim meetings with abbreviated agendas — in addition to regular meetings — as a means of avoiding the “Zoom fatigue” that can accompany long videoconferences.
At the February 23 meeting, Board Technology Committee Chair Jay Kim is expected to present the latest version of “The Florida Bar Recommended Best Practices Guide for Remote Court Proceedings.”
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