For law firms forging ahead with a remote-work element, associate development, mentorship and culture upkeep is a top priority, leaders of those firms said.

Engaging each learner as an active stakeholder in their own development is crucial to continued success, according to Kristen Uhl Hulse, who was named senior director of attorney development and recruiting at Phoenix-born Snell & Wilmer last month.

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