Oral Argument in Federal Court Becoming a Lost Art

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Oral argument—the once commonplace art of making one's case before the judge—is slipping into obscurity in the nation's federal courtrooms after steadily going out of fashion.

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  • Seton Hall 2L

    I love how in California where my brother just pass the bar, (only 24 months to procure his law license) after passing the bar, not three yrs, or longer as here in NJ. I personally know he enjoy the oral arguement(s) and i feel this should be a given and a necessity.

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  • beklear

    video conferencing ? If preliminary hearings are held state to state why not oral arguments?

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