In barely two weeks, the coronavirus has had sweeping financial effects in the legal industry, leading to layoffs for some staff, an expected drop in billable hours in some areas, and many firms seeking to extend their credit lines at banks.

While some employment and cybersecurity lawyers report an uptick in demand due to the virus, other attorneys are experiencing immediate financial consequences, at a time when some governments have forced the closure of all nonessential businesses.

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