Big Law Heads Home—But Will It Work For You?

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Morgan, Lewis & Bockius recently announced the implementation of a new policy allowing some of its associates in the U.S. and U.K. to work from home. Other large law firms have similar programs, and while they have been credited for improving workplace morale, some lawyers would be well-served to heed potential red flags.

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  • Donna Kent, COO, NewLAWu.s.

    You are correct that flexibility has little value if you do not have productivity and consistency. That is why NewLAWu.s created a law firm platform that is accessible from anywhere and provides role-based- individual work flow for attorneys and operations to drive efficienceis and client value for the firm.

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