Monday’s announcement that Baker McKenzie global chairman Paul Rawlinson is temporarily stepping down to combat exhaustion was an eye-opener.

Rawlinson is far from alone among law firm leaders in grappling with a role that has only grown more demanding over the last decade. But his move to step back from day-to-day responsibilities casts what some see as a welcome spotlight on these pressures.

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