Chaynee Hodgetts considers post-covid 19 professional etiquette for lawyers

“Good manners will open doors that the best education cannot.” As Clarence Thomas observed, there’s a lot to be said for getting on, as well as getting on with it. In the current climate, at least two years in to the pandemic which has drastically changed the way we live, things are still proving to be a challenge. After the bewilderment of 2020, and the cautious hopes for the future of 2021, in 2022, the question is perhaps “what next?” It remains to be seen how things will unfold with the pandemic and its associated political performances.

However, one thing remains clear – unless and until things progress, a degree of disruption is inevitable. This disruption is affecting all of us – fro...

Chaynee Hodgetts
Features and Opinion Editor & Barrister
Solicitors Journal & Libertas Chambers

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