A year ago, a scenario in which there were no client lunches, no face-to-face meetings and no in-person networking events would have sounded like a nightmare for any lawyer hoping to generate work.

But instead of driving clients and advisers apart, the pandemic lockdown appears to have birthed a new, more fruitful relationship for each side. Both law firm partners and general counsel say the lawyer-client relationship has flourished.

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