This is the first part of a series on law firm management during COVID-19. The first part focuses on how management styles and methods have changed and continue to change. Next week we’ll have a look at the potential long-term effects of these changes for law firms. 

Graciela Gomez Cowger of Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt had planned a mid-October trip from Portland, Oregon, her main office, to the 170-attorney firm’s Seattle base—a trip that, as managing partner, she had made weekly before the onset of the pandemic.

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