Law libraries faced an unprecedented crisis in 2020 when they were forced to close with little warning in response to COVID-19. Librarians had to drastically alter how they served patrons; from making physical spaces safe to providing instruction remotely, law firm, government, and academic law librarians came up with creative solutions to keep legal information flowing. As we see a light at the end of the tunnel, we are now tasked with evaluating the changes we have made. We must consider not only what to bring with us and what to leave behind, but also how to spot opportunities for future innovation when we are not in crisis. Our hope is that we can learn from each other as we pause and refresh before rebooting our approach to law librarianship.