The pandemic plunged many legal services providers deep into uncharted virtual waters. 

After some initial panic – in the form of the urgent purchasing of laptops and rapid acquaintance with secure remote working – most found a level of buoyancy and kept afloat. 

Some lawyers like it so much they never want to go back to the office. Others cannot wait to feel familiar territory beneath their feet. Is it possible to move to a hybrid model and have the best of both worlds and avoid the worst of each? 

The unarguable attraction of working virtually is a reduction in overheads; any business must think twice before passing up such an opportunity. Yet there is a sense that there is a human cost. Can...

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