It’s been a little over six months since most law firms went at least partially remote, in an effort to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus. Now that everyone has settled into the new routine, we wondered about the downsides they’ve noticed—and the silver linings—of remote work.
So we asked: What do you miss most about having all your colleagues together in the office, and what do you miss the least? Here’s what we heard from midsize firm lawyers and staff around the country.
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