When law firms adopted remote work after the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, leaders praised employees for the productivity they exhibited from home, without the oversight and accountability that naturally comes from working in an office environment.

Cut to 2023 when—record scratch—many firms have begun pressuring legal teams, whether through official mandates or unofficial encouragement, to come back into the office on the basis of cultural cohesion and mentorship.

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