COVID-19 is drastically influencing the demand for practice areas that will be able to assist in resolving issues caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Practices such as trusts and estates, bankruptcy, transactional work, internet law and health care law are expanding during the pandemic, while practice areas such as criminal law and corporate law are seeing a decline in demand. With an increase in cases, how are law firms adjusting to meet this demand? As other practice areas decline, how are firms coping with the downturn? Here is what our team has found throughout the industry as we watch and participate in the legal market’s reaction to an unprecedented situation.