With Labor Day quickly approaching, some Southeast law firms are prioritizing attorneys’ return to the office, moving away from the “sit anywhere you want” approach, according to some legal industry observers.

And as law firms focus on their office-return policies for the rest of the year, observers point to several factors that firms should weigh, including the increasing financial costs of returning to the office, as well as how working remotely is affecting mentorship and collaboration.

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