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“We’re all in this together” has become the cliche rallying cry of the COVID-19 crisis. And while it’s true that we are sharing common experiences, individualized circumstances within that broader common experience vary greatly.

Those who entered the crisis with strong financial footing are in a much better position to weather the storm than those dealing with severe economic uncertainty. People with kids who need to be homeschooled scoff at the notion that now is the perfect time to pursue eclectic hobbies and pursuits. And, yes, some associates at law firms are dealing with very different circumstances.

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