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Adapting to a COVID-19 Practice: Remote Work Challenges [HCBA]


May 14, 2020 1:00 pm

In collaboration with the Hampden County Bar Association

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The COVID-19 pandemic sent a shockwave to lawyers, disrupting the normal routines of managing a law firm. Navigating the logistical, technological, and psychological challenges of working remotely adds to the already stressful nature of the practice of law, as the July 2019 report from the Supreme Judicial Court Steering Committee on Lawyer Well-Being underscored. To the long hours, precision, and heavy workload of the practice were added the stress of quickly integrating technology, the severe isolation of social distancing, secondary trauma, no boundary between work and a personal life, and financial pressures.

Join the Hampden County Bar Association and LCL | Mass LOMAP via Zoom for tips on managing your practice and the stress that accompanies it. This program will also give you the chance to talk about your situation. Attorneys are encouraged to ask questions and share their insights and ideas.

Thursday, May 14  |  1pm

Via Zoom. Access information provided upon registration.

Free & Confidential

Meet Our Program Leaders

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Susan Letterman White, JD, MSOD
Senior Law Practice Advisor, LCL | MassLOMAP

Susan joined LCL in 2016. As Senior Law Practice Advisor for LOMAP, she meets with clients regularly, writes articles, and makes presentations to the legal community. Read more about Susan here.


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Barbara Bowe, LICSW
Staff Clinician, LCL | Mass

Barbara joined LCL in 1996. As a Staff Clinician, she meets with clients regularly, leads groups, sources information, and makes presentations to the legal community. Read more about Barb here.


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