It's Time For Law Firms To Support Work-From-Home Culture

Law360 (June 24, 2020, 4:04 PM EDT) -- Associates prioritized work-life balance far before this pandemic began. Many thought the ability to work remotely was a necessary part of this.

Now that we are months into working from home, many associates are realizing that working from home does not equate to work-life balance. Instead, the expectations of when to be available have been blurred into a stage of perma-availability.

The issue stems from the lack of consistency across firms on work-from-home expectations and policies.

Before this crisis began, law firms were at a crawl at instituting work-from-home policies. Many in law firm leadership were resistant to the idea[1] because...

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