Lawyers working remotely is on the rise as technology becomes more accessible and law firms become more flexible with how their attorneys operate. But working remotely also brings possible risks and stresses.
Philadelphia attorney Carole Sheffield, for instance, described the “double-edged” sword that lawyers working remotely may face. After a day of counseling clients and interacting with colleagues, a possible error may pop into your mind, awaking you from a once peaceful slumber.
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