“Remote Work Isn't Going Away. Don't Let Your Firm's Strategy Create 'Second-Class Citizens,’” Law.com
In an article published by Law.com on December 4, 2020, Partner Chris Wilson is quoted discussing the outlook for law firms after COVID-19, suggesting that “sprawling law firm offices are becoming obsolete in the age of remote work.”
However, opinions vary on the role of offices in the legal profession post-pandemic, and many believe they will still play a crucial role.
What remains consistent is the consensus that in-person interaction is key for the professional development of young lawyers.
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