No law firm wanted to do their various retreats virtually in 2020. But many did, and many had success. While it might have worked out of necessity, there’s a sense this year that firms find real value in bringing their lawyers together in person. The American Lawyer spoke with several law firm leaders about what they were planning on doing for their respective firm’s various retreats in 2021 and the consensus was they want to get people back together. 

What’s behind the push? The belief that there are tangible benefits in having lawyers meet face-to-face, and the knowledge there’s “Zoom fatigue” among lawyers and staff.

Kim Koopersmith of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld Kim Koopersmith of Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld

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