Barclay Damon started the new year under new leadership, with Connie Cahill taking over as the firm’s managing partner. Cahill replaces John Langan, who left the position to serve in the newly created role of chair, where he will focus on continuing the growth the firm has seen over the past few years. 

Cahill’s work in the upcoming year will include planning what the transition back to office work will look like post-pandemic, a large question facing firm leaders across the legal industry, and how long the firm will keep its remote working policy even after health risks fade.

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