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SPREADING – As the coronavirus has infected more than 90,000 people and killed 3,100, its impact on the legal community is inevitable. Law firms are now dealing with their own attorneys and staffers who’ve contracted the virus or have been exposed to it. At the same time, one law school has transitioned to providing its curriculum online. And in-house departments are quickly moving to handle the spread among employee ranks. To get the latest updates, see Law.com’s comprehensive coverage of how the virus is affecting lawyers and legal professionals.  

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