The 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is attacking the health, financial welfare, social order and political stability of nations across the globe. At a time when millions are fighting to survive illness, financial hardship, political upheaval, and other existential threats, it is difficult to look beyond the moment. The scourge of COVID-19 will pass. When, at what cost, and what its lasting impact will be are open questions.

One thing is certain: when the immediate crisis of the pandemic abates, life will be different.  Tom Friedman’s recent New York Times op-ed  suggests the coronavirus will create a new historical divide:  before-Corona (BC) and after-Corona (AC). Translation: Corona is a seismic event.

How will COVID-19 change the legal industry and what will it look like AC?

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