In the fourth in this series we look at general guides and resources from around the world available to help law firms survive the profound difficulties posed by coronavirus.



LexisNexis offers a free Coronavirus Resource Kit to help prepare your firm for potential legal issues arising from the pandemic. It includes articles, checklists, forms and practice notes.

LawWare’s blog post ‘COVID-19 and law firms: what assistance is available to you’ gives a break down of the available government assistance.

LawWare also as has a post ‘Law Firm lockdown: challenging times demand sure measures’ that looks at practical measures firms can take both to carry on working and fill time profitably.

Lawyer Monthly has a two-part series to help you continue to market your law firm effectively during coronavirus –  ‘How Law Firms Should Be Marketing During The Coronavirus Outbreak’ and ‘5 Ways To Improve Your Legal Marketing During Coronavirus’.

The National Law Review’s post ‘Coronavirus and Law Firm Event Marketing: Cancelled, Postponed or Just Different?’ explains how law firms can approach the execution of their 2020 event calendar.

Law Practice Today’s roundtable discussion on ‘How Law Firms Are Responding to the Coronavirus Pandemic’ looks at the measures that two law firms are taking during the outbreak.

The Bar Plan has a helpful article ‘Practicing Law In An Uncertain Economy’.

Armanino suggests ‘Four Survival Strategies for Law Firms During COVID-19’ which are manage your cash closely, tightly manage your workflow, reassess and re-budget and communicate.

Central Law Training has a series called ‘Leading in a crisis’. Part 1 is managing cash for survival. Part 2 is shaping up for the future.

Marketing company Cockroach give guidance on ‘How to Use Your COVID-19 Downtime To Help Your Law Firm Grow’.

Osprey Approach have a checklist for continuing your law firm as a business.