It’s been nearly eight months since the reality of the coronavirus pandemic set in, and law firms across the country have gotten used to social distancing and working remotely. But COVID fatigue is becoming more apparent, and it’s a top concern among law firm leaders.

Numerous interviews have found that lawyers and staff are feeling the effects of isolation, and they miss being with their colleagues in the office. Concerns about the election have added to stress, and they’ve ramped up in recent weeks.

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