Editor’s note: This is the third installment in a series examining how legal industry workers and the workplace have been altered by the pandemic. The previous two articles can be found here and here.

The isolation caused by the pandemic—and the great “re-thinking” that many did during that time—has led to greater individualism among lawyers and less of a reliance on or a belief in their firms.

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