Top Free Coronavirus Resources for Attorneys: Court Closures, Webinars, MCLE Changes, Parenting Resources, and More
Angelica Cesario | April 2, 2020
Sadly, the news is official: the United States now has more confirmed coronavirus cases than any other nation. As states and municipalities work furiously to slow the spread, developments and new guidance are being issued at a breakneck pace. The pandemic has had an impact on everyone, attorneys included. Courts have closed, CLE requirements have changed, and seemingly overnight, almost all of us have been forced to shift to remote work operations. The rapid speed by which everything is happening may have left you in a headspin and wondering how to keep track of everything you need to know. To that end, Lawline has created a list of helpful resources for attorneys looking to keep track of the most important changes to date.
Law360 has compiled a running list of the latest court closures and restrictions. The list is continually being updated, so keep checking in for more info.
Click here for a comprehensive list of free COVID-19 programming available to attorneys.
What happens to civil liberties during the time of quarantine and coronavirus? Check out this podcast for a glance into how the pandemic has been impacting vulnerable groups (e.g. caregivers), and investigate the larger questions still left unanswered.
Social Distance: a podcast about living through a pandemic. Catch up on the latest local and global developments in this comprehensive resource curated by The Atlantic.
Coronavirus Daily is NPR’s daily news podcast and provides updates on a variety of timely and relevant issues including politics, economics, and medicine.
Remote Legal Support Guide, published by Pro Bono Net and ten other partner organizations, is an immensely useful resource designed to help nonprofit organizations and pro volunteers improve access to justice for underserved communities.
Angelica Cesario is Lawline's Director of Attorney Education & Development. She graduated cum laude from Amherst College in 2008 and holds a B.A. in Women's and Gender Studies and a Certificate in Latino and Latin American Studies. She received her J.D. from Columbia Law School in 2013 and is admitted to practice law in New York and New Jersey. Before joining Lawline, Angelica worked as a plaintiff-side labor & employment litigation attorney.