For managing partners, contact with partners and clients is king and travel is necessary. But the pandemic has changed a lot of thought processes in the legal industry, and the idea of the road-warrior firm leader, while not dead in the water, might be changing as firms reemerge from the pandemic.

Robert Bodian, managing partner at Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, said he used to spend around eight to 10 nights a month on the road. That was in addition to client or partner dinners virtually every night in restaurants. A couple of drinks with dinner. Rinse and repeat.

Kim Koopersmith Kim Koopersmith.

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