COVID-19 Virus

Mar 17, 2020

Over the past few weeks we have seen our world change in almost every way. It is important during this time of uncertainty that we all do our part to try and reduce the impact of the COVID-19 – virus. Hopefully, if we take all the necessary actions as suggested by the various public health authorities, this chapter will be behind us sooner than not. Like most businesses, our goal is to balance the needs of our clients, ensuring we continue to provide best in class service while at the same time, taking measures to ensure the health and safety of our staff.

To that end, we have instituted various measures at our office to reduce the risk of illness while maintaining daily operations. We are curtailing all in person client meetings until further notice, replacing them with either telephone or videoconferencing. These steps are consistent with the suggested approaches to “social distancing” that will help slow the possible spread of the virus. We are also asking a clients to scan to us their personal information documentation or other material that we need in order to provide you with our services. If we receive copies via mail or hand delivery and this is your only option to provide us with the documentation we need, there may be a delay while packages remain isolated for a period of time.

We are all capable of running the practice remotely so you may be rest assured that your work will continue to be processed as always.

TTL Health Law hope that you, your families, staff and communities remain healthy during this time.


Several years ago I was fortunate enough to have been selected as a Tremayne-Lloyd Fellow here at Western Law. I used the funds to finish a book and to begin work on a new one. It dawned on me far too late that I had never thanked you for that splendid gift. The new book is to be published by Harvard Press in 2010. The TTL Fellowships provided ritual seed capital for this project, which required me to spend a good deal of time and money at The National Archive in Washington. Again, with many thanks.

R. W. Kostal Professor of Law and History

Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd Health Law