In the increasingly paperless practice of law, immigration law remains a paper-centric area. It’s against that backdrop that New Jersey attorney Nandini Nair went beyond the normal call of duty.

Nair, an Edison-based partner and immigration practice co-chairwoman at Greenspoon Marder, said that when COVID-19 triggered “a complete meltdown of office infrastructure,” she took on tasks that she hadn’t previously had to perform, including handling the high volume of very important mail coming to her office, such as Social Security documents and driver’s licenses. And she did so as the only person in the office.