Over the past 2½ years, law firms became more empathetic to the plights of their employees.

That meant being attuned to the needs of parents who had child care issues and being open to flexible working schedules, remote work and mental health days. Vacations were encouraged and paid for in some instances. Significant investments in DEI and affinity groups were made.

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