As attorneys settle into their 15th month of remote work and look back in wonder at how life used to be—and as many law firms chart out office returns, at least in some form—the pandemic’s effect on personal and professional lives has led to deep reflection, and sometimes worry.
Our colleagues at The American Lawyer recently asked attorneys to share some stories about life during the pandemic, and what the future might hold. We set out to do the same. Here are some of the very best insights from lawyers practicing in the Garden State in the age of COVID-19.
‘The Sheer Volume of Emails’
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