Before COVID-19 put an end to her daily commute into Philadelphia, Duane Morris partner Christi Campbell’s schedule wasn’t exactly aligned with that of her thoroughbred horse, Rocky.

On the days she was able to ride, she would drive to the stables at 5 in the morning or 8 at night. “It’s fine if you’re going to the gym and working out, but trying to convince an animal that’s napping or wanting to eat to accommodate your schedule is a little more difficult,” she said. 

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