Despite the global coronavirus pandemic shuttering offices and shifting law firms remote, the majority of law firm associates feel that their firms are communicating well and providing adequate mental health resources, according to a newly released survey conducted by Major, Lindsey & Africa and Above the Law.

But a drop in work across several practice areas combined with increased stress and family responsibilities at home has associates clamoring for firms to lower their billable hour target.

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