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“Stop Trying to Be Productive”

"Stop Trying to Be Productive" That’s the headline a New York Times reporter used who wrote that “America’s always-on work culture” has resulted in people feeling that they must be productive every nano-second, even with the added stress of a pandemic around them. Taylor Lorenz, New York Times technology reporter covering internet culture, talked to a number of experts. One said that the shelter-at-home has more millennials...
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Inspirational Quotes and Words of Wisdom During Pandemic Times

Everyone can use some words of inspiration during these very unique and difficult times. Just watching the news can create panic or depression, particularly for those who are quarantined without others around them or an extended family/friend support system. Clifford Law Offices compiled some helpful tips, including links that very busy people can benefit from, even but for a few moments of the day. We...
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Lawyering in the Time of Coronavirus – Interview with Tracy Brammeier

The Young Lawyers Section (YLS) of The Chicago Bar Association started a video blog (Vlog) series called "Lawyering in the Time of Coronavirus" that will showcase many of its members. The second in the series features YLS Second Vice Chair, Tracy Brammeier, Associate at Clifford Law Offices. Lawyers are navigating practicing law while social distancing and are finding creative solutions to do so. In this video,...
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How Are Students Faring in This Pandemic?

As many fret over how to home school their children, a task that many parents admit they have never done, educators across the country – from pre-kindergarten through college – are trying to figure out how to handle a school year suddenly interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic. Colleges and universities have canceled graduation and commencement ceremonies, typically held in May or June. It is assumed...
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Shopping Safely for Groceries in a Pandemic

Throughout these weeks and months of the pandemic, Americans have experienced grocery shopping to escalate from panic buying to waiting in line six feet apart while many stores limit the number of shoppers at the same time. Grocery shopping has remained one of the few exceptions to the shelter-in-place orders. Many folks, particularly the elderly, have opted for groceries to be delivered, which many large...
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