Coronavirus ＆ the Law Blog
March 20, 2020
Dispatch from Day Five of ‘Social Distancing,’ Not That I'm Counting or Anything
With just about every lawyer in the country is going to be working from home for the foreseeable future, Stacie Rosenzweig gives her thoughts on complying with the Rules of Professional Conduct while dealing with all the issues of a pandemic.
In her blog, ethicking.com, Stacie Rosenzweig discusses the new realities of life under a pandemic – and offers her thoughts on things that keep lawyers up at night, such as attorney-client privilege, trust account compliance, deadlines, and child care.
This is an important time to show others grace where we can even without courts telling us we have to.
After all, we’re all in this together, even as we are apart, she writes. Read about it in Dispatch From Day Five of ‘Social Distancing,’ Not That I'm Counting or Anything on ethicking.com.
Stacie Rosenzweig, Marquette 2009, is a partner with Halling & Cayo, Milwaukee.
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