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It is usually the time of year for festive work parties, with alcohol flowing and Christmas jumpers on full display. But such events, whether virtual or otherwise, are not appropriate this year in light of the ongoing pandemic, according to a survey of senior U.K. lawyers — a stance that has angered those in the minority.

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Krishnan Nair

Krishnan is Deputy Editor at Law.com International. A qualified solicitor, he has written for a number of publications and information providers, including the Financial Times and LexisNexis, joining Law.com in May 2018. He covers a variety of City and international law firms as well as disputes and white collar crime.

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