If COVID-19 has shown anything, it’s that law firms can work remotely for a significant length of time. And at least one group of attorneys is looking to keep that momentum going post-coronavirus.

Associates hoping to leverage remote working arrangements in the future say the fact that productivity and work product quality were maintained during the pandemic’s shelter-in-place mandates is evidence against arguments that in-person work is superior.

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