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June 14, 2021

Press Release
Gwen Nolan King

Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Committee Makes Recommendations for Legal Workplace Culture Changes

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The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) Standing Committee on Lawyer Well-Being recently released its Recommendations for Legal Workplaces Post-Pandemic.

Gwen Nolan King, a partner with Sugarman Rogers, is a member of the Committee’s Working Parents Task Force. Together, they thoughtfully crafted workplace recommendations that will impact the future of the legal profession. 

The report encourages employers to formally implement the ongoing workplace flexibility prompted by the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic. The committee created “a set of recommendations and guiding principles for firms, public agencies, legal services organizations, in-house legal departments, and other legal institutions that call for flexibility as the model for all rather than the exception.” 

The Boston Globe featured the report and its potential implications on the greater Massachusetts legal community. The article can be accessed here (subscription required).