“If even Slaughter and May can embrace remote working, why the hell can’t we?” That’s how one London partner at a U.S. law firm summarised their feelings about what they described as its “useless” handling of future working plans to me this week.

Their firm has not announced any set plan for how or where they expect their U.K. people to work. And it’s not the only one. 

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