While many law firms may be positioned to weather the coronavirus’s impact on the economy, some small firms and solo practitioners are scrambling—and the New York State Bar Association is trying to help.

The group is creating an emergency task force to connect small firms and solos with economic aid, help them transition to working from home and advocate for them with state and federal policymakers. More than half of the group’s members are solos or work at firms with 10 or fewer lawyers.

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