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Lawyers and their clients worldwide are responding to the coronavirus outbreak that, since December, has killed more than 33,250 people and infected more than 697,240. Law.com’s reporters around the world are covering the virus’ impact on law firm operations, client business, law schools, and lawyer and staffer safety. Here’s a collection of our coverage, which we’re continuously updating.

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Two medical staff wearing protective suits treating a woman infected with coronavirus(Covid-19) inside an isolation ward at a hospital. Two medical staff wearing protective suits treating a woman infected with coronavirus(Covid-19) inside an isolation ward at a hospital. Photo: Mongkolchon Akesin/Shutterstock.com

As coronavirus outbreaks crop up across the country, some Texas judges are planning for what might happen if coronavirus infections derail hearings.

Angela Morris

Angela Morris is ALM Media's Texas litigation reporter. She covers lawsuits in all levels of Texas state and federal courts. Based in Austin, Morris earned journalism and government degrees from the University of Texas at Austin in 2006, and since then, has worked primarily as a reporter and writer, but also has skills in videography, photography and podcasts. Follow her on Twitter at @AMorrisReports.

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