Jason Morris💻⚖️🇨🇦 Profile picture
Dad, tech geek, board gamer, Lawyer at Round Table Law, LLM in Computational Law, ABA Innovation Fellow, TEDx, ClioCloud9, @BlawxAI.
12 Mar 20
Lawyer and #legaltech friends in #Alberta. There isn't a lot of good news right now, with #coronavirus or anything else. But there may be an opportunity to do something, and I'd like your help.

Courts are busy places. Social distancing is often not a possibility.
Staying away from court will be a part of good social distancing practice. But staying away from court when you have a date on which you are obliged to appear can exacerbate your existing problems, especially for self-represented litigants.

If a self-represented litigant has a court date that they would prefer to adjourn because they are ill, or because they have young children, or live or work with elderly people, or whyever, the Court would likely be sympathetic.

Judges don't want to get sick, either.

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