Many large law firm leaders are still hoping against hope that they’ll be able to bring lawyers and staff back to the office on a regular basis starting as soon as this month. But there’s a distinct possibility those tentative dates will need to be pushed back, perhaps even until 2022.

And while that’s not likely to sit well with some firm heads, they could, quite frankly, use the extra time to deal with a number of looming issues around office returns.

The Driver:

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