A rapid shift to remote work. Snap decisions on the fate of carefully planned summer associate programs. And, in many cases, compensation cuts for lawyers and staff, along with furloughs and layoffs.

Law firms of all shapes and sizes have been forced to pivot quickly in responding to the coronavirus crisis, a disruption that many leaders and industry observers say dramatically outstrips the Great Recession in scope and impact.

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