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The Great Migration: How remote-work has transformed the legal profession

Lawyers hope some COVID-19 changes remain permanently

The Great Migration: How remote-work has transformed the legal profession

In mid-March, the COVID-19 pandemic swept the globe and health authorities quickly recommended social distancing. This new society norm effectively mandated an unprecedented transition from office to remote work for lawyers and law firms. 

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