Survey of American Lawyers at Major Law Firms: Policies on Work from Home

Published - March 2015| Code - PRG078A| Affiliate - Primary Research Group

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This 85-page study presents detailed data from a representative survey of 211 lawyers at major law firms in the United States, about their policies, and evaluation of working at home. The study helps its readers to answer questions such as: what are the policies of major law firms regarding work from home? What percentage of total attorney billable hours and overall work hours are logged at home? How productive is work from home? How do colleagues view their peers who work from home frequently? How are law firm policies and practices evolving in this area? Do attorneys want to work from home more? How have libraries, information technology services and other law firm service centers </span><span style="font-size: medium;">adjusted to work from home? Who has work from home privileges and what are they? How do the opinions of associates differ from those of shareholders? Men from women? Older from younger attorneys? What future does work from home have for the nation&rsquo;s major law

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