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CONCERNING DEVELOPMENT  –  After decades of deprioritizing associate development and well-being, law firm leaders have been obsessed the past few years with figuring out how to get—and keep—young lawyers engaged. But the pressures of the pandemic are beginning to endanger any recent progress made on that front. In our latest Law.com Trendspotter column, we look at the ways in which remote work, austerity measures and shifting legal demand have led to challenges for young lawyers, whose development was already progressing more slowly than it should have been even before COVID-19 threw the entire legal industry off-course.

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