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About half of lawyers argued relationships at work are none of their firm’s business. Photo: Shutterstock

Lawyers are split on how firms should handle workplace relationships in the wake of the #MeToo movement, according to a survey by Law.com International’s U.K. arm, Legal Week.

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Hannah Roberts

Hannah joined Legal Week in May 2018 after finishing her degree at Kingston University. Her areas of focus are corporate, M&A, private equity and restructuring at UK and City-based US law firms.

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