What does going back to work at a law firm look like? One-way traffic in the hallways, testing employees, attendance sheets to monitor contacts and installing barriers for receptionists. These are some suggestions in the New York State Bar Association’s model reopening plan, meant as guidance for law firms.

New York law firms are not opening their offices tomorrow, but the guidance, released Wednesday by the state bar, includes a checklist of measures for law firms to keep in mind as they plan the reopening of their offices, said Hank Greenberg, the state bar’s president. “We want to give them our best thinking now.”

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