FAMILY LAWYERS REVEAL ISOLATION FEARS AS SECOND LOCKDOWN LOOMS
Family lawyers are feeling more isolated and less connected to their peers and colleagues within the legal community since the UK went into lockdown earlier this year, a new poll conducted by Resolution has found.
Resolution Chair Juliet Harvey said: “The course of the pandemic over the past six months has led us all to rethink and re-evaluate what the future holds. I’m sure I’m not the only one who has been thinking about the long-term impact Covid-19 will have on how we as professionals build our skills and maintain and expand our networks.
“With many offices still closed and more members working remotely, we’ve lost the ability to have those all-important informal water-cooler conversations that help to connect our profession together and solidify our shared purpose.
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