Remote and hybrid work weeks are here to stay—for lawyers, at least.

There’s still a “clear disparity” in remote work requirements for lawyers as opposed to business professionals at law firms, according to a new report. In a survey of law firm leaders, more than half said their firm’s lawyers have moved to hybrid work permanently, while only about one-third of them say the same is true for the rest of their employees.

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