Parents around the world have struggled to meet the demands of their jobs and their families throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Lawyers with parenting obligations in British Columbia are no different. The particular implications for litigators with kids are discussed in the article, which highlights how courts can and should accommodate those whose child care arrangements have been strained under the weight of social distancing, closed child care centres and limited access to backup care. The article is titled “‘Holding up the Sky’: In the COVID-19 Pandemic, You Can Be a Lawyer or a Parent, but Not Both” and it is available online here: