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Lessons from a Leadership Coach on Navigating Business After COVID-19

by Stephan Maldonado | March 27, 2020

Over 50% of American jobs are threatened by COVID-19. We interviewed a leadership coach to learn how businesses and employees can proactively navigate a crisis.

Five Legal Practice Areas to Research in the Wake of COVID-19

by Vault Law Editors | March 25, 2020

Selecting a practice area is an important step in developing your future career as a lawyer. Here are five practice areas that will likely become more relevant than ever in light of the coronavirus outbreak—use your time at home to read up.

7 Homeowner's Insurance Tips for the Remote Workforce

by Vault Careers | March 25, 2020

Did you know working from home has implications for your homeowner's insurance? Hippo Insurance's Mike Gulla shares his tips for remote workers during COVID-19.

9 Tips for Working from Home with Kids

by Mary Kate Sheridan | March 25, 2020

Being a working parent during coronavirus shutdowns isn't easy. Here are nine tips to help you balance child care with your full-time job.

4 Tips for Setting Up a Virtual Study Group

by Kaitlin McManus | March 24, 2020

School is a lot different now in this age of COVID-19, but that doesn't mean everything has to stop. Check out our tips on starting up a virtual study group with your classmates!

How to Survive Virtual Law School and Maintain Your Sanity

by Shelley Awe | March 16, 2020

If you’re one of the many law students trying to adjust to a new internet-based classroom, we’ve compiled some tips for you—not only on how to set yourself up for success, but also on how to stay sane in a classroom of one.

5 Genuinely Productive Things to Do in Quarantine

by Kaitlin McManus | March 13, 2020

The possibility to quarantine or self-isolation due to the COVID-19 pandemic can be daunting, but we've got some ways that you can fill the time productively (and hopefully cut down on some anxiety).

So Your Campus Went Remote—Now What?

by Kaitlin McManus | March 11, 2020

Campuses across the nation have decided to have students attend classes remotely. How do we adjust to this new, temporary, reality?

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