Lunch is over. A wave of fatigue is setting in. And working from home, there’s no one to look askance if you shift over to the sofa in the next room, lie down, and close your eyes, just for a little bit.

Some lawyers and law firm professionals acknowledge that napping has become part of their routines over the last 19 months that they’ve been frequently, or exclusively, remote. But as firms slowly urge their personnel back into the office and plan spaces for the future, there’s at least a prospect that this practice could continue in the workplace.

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