We are still very much in the thick of the pandemic and there is only one thing which is certain, and that is uncertainty.

As we enter the final quarter of 2020, I do not envy law firm decision makers for the tasks ahead.

There are many things to consider, not only financially but also from the perspective of mental health and wellbeing, including staffing costs, premises, professional indemnity, billing, how to continue managing and supporting staff working remotely.

How can you better navigate this seemingly unmanageable and movable feast?

Over the last six months many firms have risen admirably to the challenge of moving their entire operations from being office based to remote working and have continued not on...

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