The water cooler, coffee machine and elevator have acquired near mythic status for those young attorneys who started Big Law careers in the COVID-era and have barely, if ever, stepped foot inside their firms’ offices.

Instead of chance encounters, they’ve experienced first years, conducted entirely virtually, that have been distinguished by intentionality. Relationship building, for better or worse, has taken place via screens.

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