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A relationship forged through adversity: how COVID strengthened the in house/law firm bond

Legal spending was up during the pandemic, but so were expectations about the quality of legal services

Twenty-twenty was a vital year for law firms to cement their client relationships. For firms with large institutional clients, our sixth annual corporate counsel survey indicates just why this is.

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