Law firms in Chicago appear to be in no rush to get their lawyers back to the office as Illinois entered into Phase 4 of its reopening plan Friday.

That’s partly because, like their counterparts around the country, attorneys and law firm staff in Chicago have adapted very well to remote working. As a result, there’s no real financial pressure to get people back into the office, according to partners based in the Windy City.

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