Lawyers weren’t immune to the industry-agnostic shift toward remote working that accompanied the COVID-19 pandemic and most of 2020. But while some have easily taken to a life of videoconferences and collaboration platforms, conducting business from home may having a much broader effect on the way that attorneys approach their work-life balance, mental health and even their work once returning to the office becomes an option.

Here are six ways that remote working has changed the attorney experience.

1. New Cybersecurity Habits

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