In this age of ever-advancing technological resources, telecommuting and flex-time are becoming more acceptable in the workplace. However, it seems that the business world is catching on more quickly than the legal world. To be fair, many firms have, clearly, embraced these concepts. Nonetheless, some have not — and the resistance to such programs is persistent. Many law firm leaders appear to be entrenched in a paradigm that values — and, more importantly, rewards — “face time.” Perhaps it is the perception of accessibility that fosters this mind-set.


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