A baby’s cry in the background of a conference call or a child barging into a home office in the middle of a video meeting is the new reality for many lawyers. And when it comes to pairing work with raising kids, it’s often mothers who are juggling the most.

With the legal industry forced to adapt to working from home, it was obvious from the start that lawyers with kids faced special obstacles. Now, as the pandemic in the U.S. stretches into a second month, lawyers who are also moms say those challenges are even clearer—but they are finding ways to cope.

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