Slaughter and May’s introduction of a work-life balance code has been met with scepticism by some in the U.K. legal industry, as the industry faces ongoing questions about how it manages its people’s wellbeing.

The code, which includes reassurances that lawyers will not be expected to check their phones between 10pm and 8am, was unveiled to the firm’s lawyers earlier in October. 

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