Coworking spaces, cloud computing and virtual receptionists have allowed some law firms to ditch their offices entirely. Most lawyers, however, seek a middle ground: a practice capable of functioning remotely when convenient or necessary, but still anchored to a physical office. The benefits of facilitating remote work are well worth the investment, enabling a firm to maximize productivity when traveling, attract top-level talent, and maintain functionality during a crisis.
Never has the value of a nimble, remote-capable law firm been more apparent than during the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether you have already taken strides toward remote capability or are just now considering your first steps, this article will illuminate the risks and solutions you will encounter along the way. Click here to read more.
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