How COVID-19 has been impacting lawyers across Australia

By Tasha Levy|15 May 2020
 COVID-19 has been impacting lawyers

In April, Momentum Intelligence conducted a major survey to understand how the coronavirus pandemic has been affecting the nation’s small businesses across seven different industries.

Head of strategy at Momentum Intelligence, Michael Johnson, joins host Jerome Doraisamy on this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show to analyse the findings of the MyBusiness COVID-19 Sentiment Survey, revealing how lawyers’ revenue, workload volumes, and mental health situations have been impacted.


Tune in to find out how the legal sector compares to other industries, the level of optimism among lawyers when looking to the future, and how business leaders can set themselves up to thrive in a post-pandemic world.


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Plus, in case you missed them, check out our most recent episodes:

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