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The ISBA is here for you during the COVID-19 crisis

Thursday, March 26, 2020   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Zach Zuber
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The Iowa State Bar Association leadership and staff are working hard to assist members during this time of great uncertainty with the COVID-19 pandemic. ISBA President Bill Boyd summarizes the actions of the organization so far in this recent letter.

As indicated in President Boyd's letter, the ISBA is providing free COVID-19-related webinar programming to members, some of which is listed below:

• Struggling to be efficient while working remotely? A recording of the webinar "Hints and Tips for Practicing Remotely" from Tuesday, March 24 will be posted to the ISBA website shortly.
• Need to brush-up on using Fastcase 7 (free to members) for legal research? Tune in Thursday, March 26 for a live webinar at noon.
• Have questions about the impact of COVID-19 on local government? Participate in the Government Practice section's noon round-table discussion on Monday, March 30 at noon.
• Family law attorneys wondering how to assist clients with COVID-19 related issues? Watch a live webinar on this topic at noon on Wednesday, April 1.

New offerings will be added regularly, so please check the ISBA Event Calendar for the most up-to-date information regarding upcoming webinars. If you have suggestions for topics or would be interested in hosting an informational webinar related to COVID-19 issues, please contact CLE Director Christy Cronin at ccronin@iowabar.org.

The ISBA also continues to maintain a website dedicated to compiling COVID-19 resources for members at this link.



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