Simulated work, Uber Eats gift cards and endless Zoom meetings—this year’s summer associate experience was unlike any in recent history. Luckily for law firms, associates were generally forgiving, given the circumstances.

When the novel coronavirus made its way to U.S. shores this spring, prompting business closures and stringent stay-at-home orders across the country, law firms were sent reeling as most transitioned their multimillion-dollar operations to an entirely virtual platform.

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