‘Strange days’: How environmental lawyers are facing the coronavirus crisis

The coronavirus outbreak is posing a challenge for environmental lawyers – from court activity slowing down to the practicalities of caring for children while practising. Gareth Simkins investigates.

by Gareth Simkins
The interests of justice have had to be compromised in response to the viral outbreak. Photograph: Charles D P Miller / Wikimedia Commons
The interests of justice have had to be compromised in response to the viral outbreak. Photograph: Charles D P Miller / Wikimedia Commons

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