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Shari Klevens and Alanna Clair, Dentons. Shari L. Klevens, left, and Alanna Clair of Dentons (courtesy photos)

During the quarantine, many lawyers have been working from home to service their clients. Others have taken residence in other locales to “ride it out” while the COVID numbers are high. Living in a different jurisdiction than the one you practice in is a fairly common occurrence in commuter locations such as New York City (where lawyers may work in the city but live in New Jersey or Connecticut), Washington, D.C. (where lawyers may live in Maryland or Virginia), or geographical border towns such as Kansas City.  

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