I recall this strange little gem of a story that I read years ago:
It opens with two opposing lawyers amicably greeting, then one is asked to choose the drug to be used. They are both dosed with a hallucinogen, then hooked up to a computer. It gets very surreal after that, as they try their cases directly via their drugged brains. Unfortunately I don't remember the details. I believe it is from the 60's or so. For some reason I associate it with Harlan Ellison, but it might have been from a collection he edited. I have most of his books but cannot find it.
Does anyone know this one?