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Pandemic Economics: How the virus is being felt across the legal profession

Lawyers agree it has caused irreversible changes to their practices

Pandemic Economics: How the virus is being felt across the legal profession
Christopher Devlin practises almost exclusively in Indigenous law, representing First Nations, Metis groups and Indigenous-owned organizations.

The COVID-19 lockdown has affected every area of law differently. In some, work has remained consistent and in others, business has slowed to a trickle. The pandemic has left its mark on the types of services clients want and the way it is delivered. 

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