In the days since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine captured the world’s attention, the legal industry has been forced to respond. Whether that has meant law firms shuttering offices to protect employees, cutting ties with state-owned clients in Russia, stepping up to offer pro bono assistance to refugees, or tangling with the potential ramifications of their relationships in the region, the reactions have come quickly in many cases. As The American Lawyer and Law.com report on the various impacts of the unfolding conflict on law firms and lawyers, we will update this page with the latest.
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