Months of working remotely, social distancing and uncertainty have impacted law firm cultures, but firm leaders are largely confident that what is unique about their firms will survive whatever COVID-19 throws at them.

Maintaining culture and communication in the present moment requires effort—and a lot of it. Staying in contact over videoconferencing just isn’t the same as working in the same office, where lawyers and staff can walk down the hall to talk to each other.

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