The Bencher—November/December 2021

Long-Term Effects of COVID-19 on the Legal Profession

Feature Articles

Ten Tips to Thrive as a Virtual Summer Associate
By Peyton Farley and Albert Gutierrez—Page 12

Pivoting on Pro Bono after COVID-19
By Judge David W. Lannetti and Jennifer L. Eaton, Esquire—Page 14

‘You’re on Mute!’ and Other Pandemic Practice Lessons
By Kathleen D. Wilkinson, Esquire, and Thomas G. Wilkinson Jr., Esquire—Page 16

Atlanta Case Exemplifies Inns’ Mission and Professional Creed
By Melanie Padgett Powers—Page 18

Additional Feature Articles Available Online Only

Subchapter V Offers a Lifeline for Small Businesses
By Kristen E. Burgers, Esquire

Landlord Right to Entry after the End of COVID-19 Tenant Protections
By Jackie Rosen


Ethics: Responding to Online Criticism
By John P. Ratnaswamy, Esquire—Page 11

Technology: Zoom Hearings: Might They Survive the End of the Pandemic?
By Raffi Melkonian, Esquire—Page 22

Regular Features

Inn the News—Page 3
Profile in Professionalism—Page 21
Program Spotlight—Page 23

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