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Shari Klevens and Alanna Clair, Dentons. Shari Klevens (left) and Alanna Clair, Dentons. (Courtesy photo)

This year has been unprecedented—and challenging—in a number of ways, both personally and professionally. Because this year has been difficult for many, it can be difficult to recognize all the reasons to be thankful during this holiday season. But, as can happen in periods of extreme change, there are some silver linings. As we approach a Thanksgiving that may look different than it has in years past, here are four ways the legal profession has changed for the better this year.

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