As the COVID-19 virus, commonly known as coronavirus, continues its spread across the United States, a number of legal organizations have responded. Law firms such as Baker Botts and Sidley Austin have canceled partner meetings due to coronavirus concerns, while law schools both in the U.S. and abroad have canceled classes after virus scares.

When it comes to legal events, though, many are still slated to go on as scheduled—with an abundance of caution. Here are what organizers of legal events upcoming in April and May are planning right now. And if there are any updates, we at Legaltech News will let you know.

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