One question continues to keep law firm leaders up at night: Would we lose our culture, and with it, our success, with a partially or fully remote workforce?

Leaders at large and midsize firms seem to think so, and that’s why they are encouraging firm lawyers to return to their offices as safely as possible. In interviews, most pushed back against the notion that post-pandemic law firms can operate remotely indefinitely.

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