Jackson Lewis Joins Firms Offering Remote Work Option

By Matthew Guarnaccia (March 13, 2017, 5:21 PM EDT) -- Jackson Lewis PC will give associates and of counsel the option to work remotely in an effort to promote workplace flexibility, the firm announced Monday, joining the growing number of U.S. and U.K. firms offering out-of-office work opportunities.

Jackson Lewis said it will allow their lawyers to work outside the office on an "as needed" basis, as long as they are accessible and responsive to their clients and the firm. The New York-based firm has implemented this policy informally for several years but is now formalizing it as an added bonus for current members of the firm and prospective attorneys seeking...

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