Researchers at the American Bar Association fear that the pandemic’s isolation and effects are disproportionately hurting women and minority attorneys, and that, without a change, many will wash out of the industry in the wake of the pandemic.

“The profession is at a cultural crossroads about what type of workplace they want to be,” said Stephanie Scharf, a partner at Scharf Banks Marmor and principal at consultancy Red Bee Group.

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