In the year since the coronavirus pandemic first swept the globe, the legal industry has changed in dramatic and unprecedented ways, and many of these changes will likely become permanent. Legal teams have shifted their centers of gravity from physical spaces in shared offices to remote corners of individual homes, and clients may only ever meet their lawyers on a video conferencing service. And while new technologies have emerged to help bridge these sudden gaps, there is sometimes a steep learning curve and failing to grasp new tech can lead to additional continuity issues. Not to mention that lawyers are required to ensure of level of technology competence, including the benefits and risks associated with relevant technology.