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Covid 19 Resources

Financial Aid

There are several resources available to small law firms in need of financial assistance during the COVID-19 crisis. Get your financial records together and ready to upload.

Launching a Firm in D.C.

In the event that your legal career has been disrupted by the pandemic and you need to quickly establish yourself as a law firm to serve one or more clients, here are the essentials to be up and going in a day or two. Download and print.

Get advice from our practice management advisors on starting and managing a law firm.

Remote Work Essentials

Sign up for upcoming free programs covering remote work, technology essentials, and how to manage your firm. Missed some of our programming? Download our past presentations at your convenience.

D.C. Bar members have access to several very useful applications and tools that can assist them in their practice.

Ethics Guidance

Our ethics experts have drawn up some basic guidelines to assist you in complying with your ethical duties during this pandemic and beyond.

The D.C. Bar’s legal ethics counsel are available to discuss ethical issues related to the D.C. Rules of Professional Conduct.

Disaster Preparedness

Natural disaster or illness can strike anyone at any time, and small firm lawyers are especially vulnerable. It is imperative that every lawyer has a formal backup plan.

Member Benefits

The D.C. Bar offers thousands of dollars in savings through our affinity partnerships. As a valued member of the Bar, you have access to exclusive discounts on legal research tools, health insurance, cloud-based law practice management software, wellness, and more.

Mental Help & Wellness

For help with stress, mental health, and substance abuse matters, reach out to our Lawyer Assistance Program.

The COVID-19 crisis has brought tremendous change and challenge to all of us. Please know you are not alone—we can pull through this crisis together.

Other Bar Resources

Learn how the D.C. Bar Pro Bono Center is continuing to serve our most vulnerable neighbors during the pandemic.

Our Continuing Legal Education Program is meeting our members’ need for pandemic-related programming.

Similarly, the D.C. Bar Communities offers an array of webinars, on-demand courses, and a podcast episode covering the pandemic.

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