Many law firms implemented pay cuts, layoffs and other austerity measures in the spring and summer in response to economic pressures the coronavirus pandemic created. Months later, some of them have either rolled back some austerity measures or made additional cuts, or some combination of the two. 

We will continue to update this page as more firms announce changes. For a more complete description of the austerity measures implemented earlier this year, see our past coverage here. Please send any updates and additions to: [email protected]

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