How Firms Can Adapt Amid COVID's Shifting Legal Needs

By Avi Stadler (December 14, 2021, 4:45 PM EST) -- There's no small irony in the fact that the legal profession, by reputation a change-averse lot, is one of the leading beneficiaries of the disruptive forces unleashed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Leading law firms, many of which cut pay and trimmed staff during the early days of the pandemic, are busier than ever in 2021.

This should not be surprising. New legislation and new social and economic arrangements have historically created an increase in demand for legal services.

New laws bring additional compliance obligations. Economic stress and changes in the status quo necessarily force a recalibration of business risks, triggering increased...

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