With the establishment of our virtual courtroom and dedicated video conferencing room, it’s Out with the Old, and In With the New … Normal.
The Backstory of our Virtual Courtroom
During the 2020 public health emergency, Arizona courts remained open to serve the public; however, in the interest of safety, certain changes in court appearance practices were set in place.
In response to the announcement of a statewide emergency by the Governor of the State of Arizona, changes to the ordinary practices of the courts were necessary at all levels. One of those orders restricted in-person appearances of parties in favor of remote appearances via video conference.
Fowler St. Clair’s Response to Restricted In-Person Appearances
In response to these changes, Fowler St. Clair implemented pandemic-response solutions by enhancing its virtual work opportunities, virtual audio-video communication strategies, additional disaster measures, expanded technology access, continuity of court operations, improved security protocols, and preparation of a virtual courtroom.
Since then, the Courts have adopted the remote appearance of parties in Court proceedings on a permanent basis. While some law firms are still adapting to the “new” normal by enhancing their on-camera presentations and redesigning their workspaces around remote court appearances, Fowler St. Clair is pleased to announce its newly renovated, in-house courtroom.
Having outfitted the in-house courtroom with state-of-the-art technology, a lectern and desk, multiple cameras, and TV monitors, Fowler St. Clair is equipped to provide a professional, high-quality client experience in remote court proceedings, client meetings, and podcast recordings.
Necessity bred a new level of flexibility and proficiency that most of the world could not have foreseen. Fowler St. Clair continues to evolve its practice to keep pace with the ever-changing world and to deliver high-quality client representation.
Fowler St. Clair continues to be dedicated to winning trust.