Female junior partners already face challenges in building a book of business. And the stress around striking up new client relationships is likely to be intensified for mothers of children who are being educated virtually this fall. 

But if these women must struggle to balance parenting with the responsibilities of the job, the new era of remote work also presents certain opportunities for women who might have previously been hamstrung by traditional modes of client interactions.

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