The New View

The New View: Role by Role, the Pandemic Has Changed How Law Firms Work

At every level within law firms, the pandemic has reshaped the way work is done, and will surely influence the industry into the future. In this special report, we explore how work has changed for individuals in five key roles.

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Preparing for Next Normal

Preparing for the Next Normal: Lessons From COVID-19

Before COVID-19, how many law firms had a plan in place for responding to an event that would close their offices and most state and federal courts for nearly three months?

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A New Era for the Law Firm

A New Era for the Law Firm

Although law firms have historically been slow to adopt remote working policies, the COVID-19 crisis has forced many firms to embrace a work-from-home model nearly overnight. 

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New York State Bar

New York State Bar Launches Task Force On Attorney Well-Being

A New York State Bar Association task force on attorney well-being aims to promote a culture of improved mental and physical health among lawyers, and plans to address new challenges stemming from the coronavirus.

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Majority of Minority

Majority of minority female lawyers consider leaving law; ABA study explains why

Seventy percent of female minority lawyers report leaving or considering leaving the legal profession, according to an ABA report on the challenges that they face.

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Although law firms have historically been slow to adopt remote working policies, the COVID-19 crisis has forced many firms to embrace a work-from-home model nearly overnight.




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