Coronavirus ＆ the Law Blog
March 23, 2020
Working Remotely: Practical & Ethical Tips and Resources
The recent outbreak of COVID-19 has forced lawyers into the unusual territory of either working remotely in their homes. Here are some basic tips you can use to protect your clients and your firm while working remotely.
Whether you are currently or planning to work remotely, lawyers need to understand the technology systems needed to run a physical office remotely, and to have a good concept of corresponding ethical implications.
In the article Working Remotely: Practical & Ethical Tips and Resources, Christopher Shattuck, Aviva Kaiser, and Tim Pierce provide five tips for protecting your clients and your firm while working remotely.
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