Wendy Kennedy Venoit was preparing for trial in late June, a time that traditionally meant a lawyer wasn’t seen by family for weeks on end.

But Venoit, a construction litigation partner at Pepe & Hazard, was able to eat dinner at home with her children, tuck them into bed and then log on to her firm’s server to print out trial exhibits. “The majority of what I do I can do from home,” said Venoit, who has been telecommuting at various times ever since the first of her two children was born in 2003.

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