Earlier this year, Weil, Gotshal & Manges announced it would shorten its partner track by two years in an attempt to retain its younger talent. The New York-based firm is now doubling down on efforts to win over associates by instituting a formal work-from-home policy that launched earlier this month.

The new policy, which officially launched Nov. 5, allows all of Weil’s third-year and more senior associates in the U.S. to work from home up to one day a week. First- and second-year associates can occasionally work remotely with the advanced approval of their supervising partners or counsel.

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