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The coronavirus pandemic has forced the legal profession to make huge adjustments as it deals with the global health and economic crisis brought on by COVID-19. In this collection, Law.com International brings you stories about what global law firms, corporate law departments and others in the legal community are doing to adapt to a changing new world.

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Melanie Pritchard was a trainee at Mishcon de Reya before joining London family law firm Burgess Mee in 2013. She later quit law to become a corporate wellbeing trainer and has since provided training and support to firms such as Linklaters, K&L Gates and Osborne Clarke.

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