When offices began to shutter their doors in March of 2020, few anticipated how much the work landscape was about to change. Suddenly, entire legal departments found themselves at home trying to adapt to the demands of remote work, stay healthy and navigate the hazy boundaries between their job and personal life.

More than a year later, it’s clear that the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our work lives in many profound and permanent ways. This is especially true for the legal industry, which has always been enchanted with the concept of face time. We have since collectively learned that attorneys can work from home and that face time is not necessary to be productive—nor is working during “regular” business hours.

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