Why More Law Firms Will Embrace Remote Work In 2019

By Tomas Suros (January 1, 2019, 12:03 PM EST) -- Increased flexibility in the workplace is a burgeoning trend across industries. In early 2018, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics published a report on the prevalence of remote work, specifically highlighting that one in five professionals work from another location besides the office. An even larger subset works on a remote basis frequently, if not full-time — Gallup reports that 43 percent of American employees spend part of the week working remotely.[1]

In years past, legal firms were traditionally slower to embrace and foster flexible workplace practices. It was not feasible for attorneys to work remotely, largely due to the heavily...

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