Now is the time for law firms to engage young lawyers affected by COVID disruption

The long-term impacts of the pandemic could be the most damaging to new lawyers

Tim Wilbur

Finishing law school and entering the legal profession has never been easy. But this year, law students and young lawyers are facing unprecedented challenges. While the COVID-19 pandemic has been disruptive to the entire legal profession, the long-term impacts could be the most damaging to new lawyers.

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