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Nobody wants to be in this pandemic hell, but there are lessons for firms to learn after having everyone work remotely for the last 11 weeks or so. Some of those lessons could have a lasting impact on the legal industry.

That’s what struck me reading this story from Lizzy McLellan for The Legal Intelligencer about how the crisis has changed the way lawyers work.

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Hank Grezlak

Hank Grezlak is the editor-in-chief for ALM's legal theme desks and regional publications and oversees Law.com, and has been covering courts and law firms since 1993. He has won numerous awards for his journalism, including several for investigative reporting, columns, and enterprise reporting. In 2016 he was awarded the G.D. Crain, Jr. Award for Distinguished Editorial Career.

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