Now that we seem to have the upper hand on the COVID-19 pandemic, many judges, attorneys, and legal staff who have been working remotely for more than a year are beginning to return to their offices and courtrooms again.

For instance, after more than a year, the Texas Supreme Court has begun meeting face-to-face again in the court’s building in downtown Austin, according to a recent story by Angela Morris. Meanwhile, at law firms, associates are joining partners in the office, and in some cases, live summer associate programs have are being held, according to another recent story by Brenda Sapino Jeffreys.

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