The Little Dutch Boy saved Haarlem from flooding by putting his finger into a leak in a dam. What if there were 30 holes? This seems to be the position law firm leaders are in right now—every time a potential solution to an issue is reached, another issue arises. 

One of those many holes is travel and client meetings. Should law firms should send lawyers to meet with clients that aren’t mandating COVID-19 vaccines, when the law firm itself has required them for personnel?

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