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The past year brought remarkable changes to life as we know it. As the world suffered under COVID-19, whole swaths of the economy were locked down, forcing people and businesses to adapt to a radical “new norm.” Perhaps one of the biggest successes during the pandemic era has been the adoption of Zoom by the legal field.

Zoom Video Conferencing, or simply “Zoom,” advertises itself as “… the leader in modern enterprise video communications, with an easy, reliable cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, chat, and webinars across mobile, desktop, and room systems.”

After a rocky start, attorneys, clients, judges, consultants, legal support staff, etc., seem to have mastered the technology and embraced it, says Susan Myres, a board-certified family law attorney at Myres & Associates PLLC.

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