The continued march of COVID-19 across the world has law firms scrambling to boost their infrastructure as offices close and attorneys and staff are forced to work remotely.

But for distributed firms, also known as “virtual” law firms, business has continued as usual. Some leaders of these firms say they see structural obstacles ahead for their brick-and-mortar competitors who are now grappling with the prospect of an entirely remote workforce.

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