While recent weeks have shown a stronger desire among Am Law 200 firms to get their lawyers back to the office, the largest firms in California continue to tout flexibility, with many holding off on an official return date or a days-in-office requirement.

Am Law 200 firms have shifted preferences in recent weeks. While most (27%) initially planned to incorporate one to two days of in-office work per week, now a majority (28%) of firms are aiming for lawyers to adhere to a three-day-per-week minimum of onsite work, according to aggregated data gathered by legal tech firm nQ Zebraworks, which included 89 Am Law 200 firms.