This is the second in a two-part series about day-to-day law firm management during the pandemic. The first part focused on how management styles and methods have changed and continue to change. The second part looks at the potential long-term effects of these changes for law firms and their managers. 

While many firms have settled into a suitable and productive enough routine operating during COVID-19, day-to-day management for law firm leaders has changed in many ways, some of which carry long-term implications, those leaders say.

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