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How the pandemic has changed litigation for women: Major challenges but positives as well

Dogs and babies join Zoom conferences, and courtroom technology adoption has improved

How the pandemic has changed litigation for women: Major challenges but positives as well
Catherine Beagan Flood of Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP says providing mentorship has been a challenge.

Nowadays, it’s not unusual for a toddler or a dog — or both — to show up on a Zoom meeting with clients or colleagues. It’s the reality of working at home, remotely, during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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