Editor’s note: This is the fourth part of a series about how the pandemic has changed lawyers’ work schedules and billable hours. See parts onetwo and three here.

It is well-established by now that Big Law attorneys, and white-collar professionals at large, are at the end of their rope and approaching burnout after a year in lockdown and an incredibly hot corporate market that has kept work at a fever pitch.

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