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For the first time since the advent of the internet, an unprecedented number of people have elected or been forced to work from home.

Before COVID-19, many employees had the choice of remote working, and some chose to do so. Be that on certain days of the week, whenever they needed to, or less often.

Of course, not every legal employer has the option to allow employees to work from home. At the time of writing, the government has enforced closure of public spaces and non-essential businesses, meaning schools, many shops and stores have shut their doors. Meanwhile, food and drink suppliers, chemists and some public services remain open.

For law firms who do have the option to allow employees to work from home, and who are implementing these changes – how will this affect your law firm, and how can you make the transition as smooth as possible?

In this guide, we cover remote working guidelines and offer help and advice to law firms making the transition to virtual working.


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