Partners across the U.K. legal industry have reacted to a new agile working policy brought in by Linklaters, which will let the firm’s staff—including partners—work remotely for up to 50% of the time beyond COVID-19.

Some have called the initiative a “game-changer” which will open the floodgates for other firms to shift towards agile working, while others feel the move is too prescriptive and too early.

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