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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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London skyline The London redundanices are part of broader firmwide measures.

U.S. firm Dorsey & Whitney has laid off a number of associates in its London practice as part of firmwide measures to ward off the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Simon Lock

Simon joined Legal Week in June 2019 after finishing his degree at City, University of London. His areas of focus are legal tech, insurance, and intellectual property.

 

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