A Coronavirus Conundrum: Should Lawyers Keep Dining Out For Meals?

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I’m fully aware of the absurdity of my actions right now. I don’t think it’s worth putting my family’s safety or friends’ or colleagues’ safety in jeopardy with me getting sick. But at some point, I think it’s going to be a necessity for everybody.

— Jessica Tillipman, assistant dean for field placement at George Washington University Law School, commenting on the new precautions she takes while dining out thanks to the spread of coronavirus, including avoiding shared serving spoons and condiment shakers, and signing her name on electronic touch screens with single dots made with a pinky. She says she may start bringing her own lunch to work after eating out for more than a decade.

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Staci ZaretskyStaci Zaretsky is a senior editor at Above the Law, where she’s worked since 2011. She’d love to hear from you, so please feel free to email her with any tips, questions, comments, or critiques. You can follow her on Twitter or connect with her on LinkedIn.

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