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Post-COVID Courts

"The coronavirus pandemic has been a time of national reckonings—about the perils of political polarization, a health care system that serves some more than others, and America’s unfinished project of civil rights. But a further reckoning is soon to play out, not in the nation’s hospitals, but in our courts. Here, Professor David Freeman Engstrom and Chief Justice Bridget Mary McCormack of the Michigan Supreme Court expand on an op-ed they recently published about COVID-19’s challenge to our civil justice system."


"How should we be thinking about post-COVID courts?"


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