Lawyers and law firms in France are preparing for a “soft opening” May 11, when France is due to start lifting the restrictions imposed two months ago to halt the spread of COVID-19.

And as with soft openings of restaurants, bars and cafés—sectors that will stay firmly closed in France for at least another month—law firms will be proceeding cautiously and watching to see what works and what doesn’t, and they are expecting to adapt accordingly.

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