Lawyers have taken a hit to the pocket book as case filings nosedived, and new clients quit seeking representation during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new survey of attorneys nationwide.

ALM Media, which publishes Law.com, conducted a lawyer-income survey to ask how the coronavirus outbreak has impacted attorneys’ income or revenue, how their new case filings have changed, and what’s been happening with new clients seeking representation.

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