Early year hiring appeared high with March’s newly named top lawyers, but the novel coronavirus pandemic may impact legal department hiring in the coming months. 

As COVID-19 created disruptions across the world throughout the month, legal recruiters say they’re already noticing a lull in filling open positions. The slowness may be due to a drop in productivity with many employees, including in-house counsel, working from home when they may have never worked completely outside the office before.

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