Big Law support staff aren’t just ignoring in-office mandates and flouting office policy rules. Like many of their lawyer counterparts, they’re also saying they’ll leave their current jobs to pursue greater remote-work flexibility, according to a new report this week.

In a survey of law firm support staff, 55% of North American respondents and 48% of respondents in the U.K. said they would look for a new job if required to work more than three days in the office.

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