• By: Graham Sutliff
  • Published: April 2020

Sutliff & Stout Law Firm has put together a table of all 50 states that are using video conferencing during COVID-19. The states range from using Zoom to WebEx to their own web page for conducting legal proceedings. To find out which state uses what video conference platform, check out the table below:

AlabamaHosted videos on Facebook via BlueJeansAlabama State Bar
AlaskaOnline, own video infrastructureFix The Court
ArizonaWebEx, own video infrastructureWebEx Online eFileAZ Training
ArkansasZoomArkansas Courts
CaliforniaBlue Jeans, Zoom, YouTubeCalifornia Courts
ColoradoZoomSupreme Court of Colorado
ConnecticutZoomConneticut’s State Website 
DelawareSkype, Zoom, FacetimeDelaware Cape Gazette
GeorgiaZoomSupreme Court of Georgia
HawaiiYoutube Hawaii Supreme Court
IdahoZoomSupreme Court of Idaho 
IllinoisZoomChicago Public Media
IndianaVideos on websiteIndidana Government
IowaOnlineSoutheast Iowa Union
KansasZoomFix The Court
KentuckyZoom, LivestreamSupreme Court of Kentucky
LouisianaZoom, Livestream Louisiana Supreme Court 
MaineZoomSeacoast Online
MarylandSkype, Zoom, BlueJeansMaryland State Bar Association
MichiganZoom and other technologyFix The Court
MinnesotaWebExFix The Court
MississippiZoomClarion Ledger
MissouriOpenSupreme Court of Missouri
MontanaZoomMontana Judicial Branch
NebraskaOnlineThomas & Thomas
NevadaOnlineState Bar of Nevada
New HampshireOnly essential hearings, not onlineNew Hampshire Judicial Branch
New JerseyLifesize UVC Video CenterNew Jersey Courts
New MexicoOwn video infrastructureNew Mexico Courts
New YorkZoomNOLO
North CarolinaWebExNorth Carolina Judicial Branch
North DakotaZoomNOLO
OhioZoom, GoToMeetingSupreme Court of Ohio
OklahomaZoomOklahoma Bar Association
OregonOnlineOregon Courts
PennsylvaniaOnlinePennsylvania Courts
Rhode IslandZoomRhode Island Courts
South CarolinaZoomWCSC News
South DakotaZoomCapital Journal
TennesseeZoom, WebExTennessee Courts
TexasZoomTexas Judicial Branch
UtahVideo, PhoneUtah Courts
VermontOnline, Facebook LiveVermont’s Legal Website
VirginiaZoom, WebExVirginia Lawyers Weekly
WashingtonOnline, ZoomWashington Courts
West VirginiaZoomWest Virginia State Bar
WisconsinYoutube Wisconsin Courts
WyomingMicrosoft TeamsWyoming Judicial Branch

Note: Online – Courts leaving it up to the people on which platform they will like to use.

About the Author

Graham Sutliff is a founding partner at Sutliff & Stout, Injury & Accident Law Firm. Among other awards and certifications, he is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law and has been recognized by Thomson Reuters as a Super Lawyer for the past decade. In 2019 alone, Graham recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for his clients who were injured by others. To learn more about Graham, click here.

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