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Since a New York lawyer became the second person diagnosed with COVID-19 in the state, law firms, schools and the courts have been taking action to protect attorneys, staff, students and visitors. Here is our coverage of the impact of the pandemic on the legal community in the state, made available for free.

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Secretary to the Governor Melissa DeRosa during a news conference with New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo in 2018. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

A key state official says New York’s prison agency is starting the process of releasing another slate of nonviolent offenders, a move that comes as the department has reported a rise in COVID-19 cases in recent weeks.

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Ryan Tarinelli

Ryan Tarinelli is a reporter at the New York Law Journal. He is based at the New York State Capitol in Albany, New York. He can be reached through email at [email protected] Follow him on Twitter: @ryantarinelli.

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