This week’s episode features a conversation with Patrick Krill, principal and founder of Krill Strategies, a behavioral health consulting firm focused exclusively on the legal industry.Patrick Krill
Krill raises an interesting and little-discussed point: as law firms continue to cut support staff and embrace automation, they’re limiting lawyers’ human interactions even further, which is likely to exacerbate feelings of isolation that so many in the industry already struggle with. He and Law.com Editor-in-Chief Zack Needles explore that issue as well as the reasons why interacting face-to-face over Zoom all day does little to help with those feelings of loneliness.
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