News out of law firms during COVID-19 restrictions has been both good and bad—from layoffs to unequivocal reassurances, and much in between—and many firms have experienced some of both. But in seemingly every case, victories aren’t being taken for granted, and lessons abound.

“It’s a challenging time, it’s a difficult time. But we are learning so much about our workforce and our space needs,” said Barbara Duffy, president of Lane Powell, based in Seattle—which has been among the nation’s harder-hit areas in the novel coronavirus pandemic, forcing closures of offices, schools, stores, restaurants and many other establishments.

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