Flexibility lures young lawyers in highly competitive market for Canadian legal talent

Firms are using the return to the office as an opportunity to say they have changed

Flexibility lures young lawyers in highly competitive market for Canadian legal talent

Law firms across Canada planning a gradual return to offices are not only navigating evolving infection numbers and safety protocols but must also deal with another challenge: a shortage of lawyers.

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