The pandemic affected how we interact with the legal process. However, it also pushed virtual courts in India and digitisation of the judicial process. From the materiality of paper files and the spatiality of legal galleries to virtual hearings, the aftermath is optimistic despite the circumstances that propelled this change. However, the virtual existence of the court has also offered several limitations, which still need to be addressed. Krati Sharma lists the advantages and limitations of virtual courts and hearings in India.
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