Prospects and Problems Associated With Technological Change in Appellate Courts: Envisioning the Appeal of the Future

Discussion of the appellate process and technology in appellate courts and the impact of technology in appellate courts.

December 4, 2014

The advancement of technology is notoriously difficult to predict with any precision. It is no small irony that science fiction authors have, in some real ways, driven the advancement of technology (and not the other way around). In the legal world, the advancement of technology has had an enormous impact on the practice of law, how litigation works, and how trial and appellate courts operate. But there is comparatively little science fiction written about the advancement of technology in the courts, perhaps with good reason. Recognizing that void, this article envisions how technology will impact the appeal of the future.

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