“Never let a crisis go to waste”—it was a common refrain among legal industry observers last year. Even as many firms found themselves busy with legal work amid the pandemic, several acknowledged significant layoffs, driven by outsourcing and other changes within the foundation of the law firm business model.

As the crisis dissipates, firms are likely to continue acting on those lessons learned and eliminating certain employee roles.

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