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The novel coronavirus has transformed the legal landscape in ways lawyers likely still have not fully comprehended. For some, the coronavirus has adjourned summer internships, volunteer opportunities, or the coveted summer associate jobs. Others fortunate enough to still have an opportunity this summer are seeing the position transition into a virtual environment. Although the transition will not be easy or ideal, young lawyers or law students will have to draw from their existing skills to succeed in uncharted territory of the virtual law office. The board offers the following advice for those braving the unknown and seeking to excel in the virtual practice:

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