This is the theme of the featured articles within the latest issue of LawNow, the online magazine known for its relevant and accessible legal writing.
The Sept/Oct 2020 issue of LawNow provides an update on how the pandemic has changed and continues to impact freedom of movement, family law practice, contractual relief and privacy (tracing apps).
Here are the featured articles:
Continue reading “COVID-19: Where are we now?”
A photo of book shelves, with a leaning ladder and two busts on either side
As the number of new cases of COVID-19 declines and governments ease restrictions on businesses, services and public spaces, lawyer and paralegal offices are re-opening, bringing more staff back into the physical workplace. Managing this transition involves complying with public health directives, ensuring the safety and well-being of staff and clients, and assessing risks specific to COVID-19 – uncharted territory for most workplaces.
Continue reading “Re-opening and Recovery – Resources for Law Firms”
Thank you for your patience as we have restricted our services in light of the pandemic. This week, we started our return to the library. While the Great Library will only be accessible to library staff, we are adding back chat and phone reference. And, of course, we have full access to our collection. Our staff are available from 9am to 3pm, Monday to Friday.
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