Insurance Attorneys Were Unplugging Long Before the World Shifted to Remote Work
"It's difficult for lawyers to get the time off and to also be able to travel frequently," said Nicholas LeRoy, an insurance defense litigator. "You have to learn the game."
“On the road again” isn’t just a lyric to a Willie Nelson hit. It’s a lifestyle for a growing number of attorneys, who have packed up their static offices, and shifted remote work into full drive.
Many firms unplugged from office spaces amid the pandemic, but some attorneys mastered remote work—and play—long before COVID-19 ever crippled the world.
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