This article is part of a monthly column from FinTech GC Ksenia Sussman examining how the legal profession should adapt to current, and future, changes in technology.

The COVID-19 crisis is upon us, and lawyers are in the eye of the storm. When crisis hits, businesses, individuals, and institutions turn to lawyers for calm and measured counsel. At the same time, calm is hard to come by these days—even for the most seasoned lawyers. Uncertainty is everywhere and we are all having to adapt to the change.

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