From amped-up amenities to special accommodations for parents of young children, law firms are pulling out all the stops to ease the transition back to the office after a year-and-a-half away.

But even these perks and policies, paired with more flexible hybrid work arrangements, may be failing to address the trauma attorneys and staff experienced during the pandemic and the difficulty some are having with returning to in-person work. What’s more, law firms are battling extremely high levels of attrition just as some of their less traditional competitors fully embrace remaining remote.

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