Fox Rothschild’s move to reduce support staff and reorganize those remaining into firmwide support hubs was far from the first in Big Law, and it won’t be the last.

After 15 months of working remotely, law firms are coming to terms with how overstaffed their support teams are, leading to an industrywide effort to reduce the quantity of personnel handling support functions and organize them into teams handling firmwide administrative duties.

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