Hybrid work may be here to stay, but that doesn’t mean the legal industry is willing to welcome remote workers with open arms.

Certainly, there’s a wide spread in how firms are approaching return to work, and West Coast firms are generally touting more flexibility—such as Cooley’s zero in-office requirements or, one Big Law anomaly, Quinn Emanuel’s work-from-anywhere policy.

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