Let’s face it. Hybrid work at law firms, including in the Southeast, is here to stay, even after the COVID-19 pandemic ends.Rachel Johnson, managing partner at Johnson & Oshan Law. Courtesy photo
Rachel Johnson, managing partner at Johnson & Oshan Law, a New York-based firm that has an office in Boca Raton, said so during a March 24 Law.com Pro webinar. She added her firm had a philosophy that embraced remote work before the pandemic and has stuck with it throughout.
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