COVID-19 and Its Impact on the Practicing Attorney

Get up to date about statistics and data related to changes post-pandemic and learn “best practices” and recommendations for lawyers who are practicing during these challenging times.
Credits: 0 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0.5 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: P9001-21E-09
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Faculty:

Melissa A. Smart, Attorney Registration & Disciplinary Commission, Chicago

Expires: 3/1/2023


Faculty:

Melissa A. Smart, Attorney Registration & Disciplinary Commission, Chicago

Expires: 3/1/2023


Products specifications
Program Date3/4/2021
Session from:8th Annual Workers' Compensation Institute
CategoryMental Health & Substance Abuse
Products specifications
Program Date3/4/2021
Session from:8th Annual Workers' Compensation Institute
CategoryMental Health & Substance Abuse
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