Law firms aren’t known as the most tech-embracing industry, but prior IT investments seemed to have paid off. A new survey conducted by Loeb Leadership found that the industry’s transition to remote working has been relatively smooth.

The “Law Firm’s Adaption to Remote Working” report released last week surveyed 136 lawyers, business services staff and leaders in Am Law 100 and Am Law 200 firms. The report explored the shift to working at home and the challenges it brings. However, tech wasn’t a significant hurdle for most respondents.

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