Are you working remotely or remotely working? This seems to be the new joke as the COVID-19 pandemic ushered in unprecedented technology into attorneys’ practices. Much has changed, but the need for lawyers to meet new clients and maintain existing relationships remains constant.

My professional background includes marketing and promotion. I began networking with legal groups while I was still a law student. I write this article to share my insights on network and business building while social distancing for new lawyers.

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