The impact of a global health crisis and the subsequent major shifts in working patterns have all contributed to the declining mental health of the industry in the past year, with various individuals speaking out about the different pressures they face.

But one issue to crop up more recently that has a drastic impact on the well-being of lawyers is client demand. The pandemic put the brakes on a lot of work, but now this pent up demand is releasing.

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