Portents after the vaccine rollout

Since the lockdown in March last year, a large section of the legal profession and litigants has found that virtual courts (VCs) are a beneficial innovation and should be institutionalised


Economists, psephologists and assorted soothsayers were getting prime-time attention for months due to the uncertainties caused by the coronavirus. What's certain is that the situation is not going to change
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