Hamilton Locke partner Nick Edwards features in the leading legal publication, Lawyers Weekly, providing insights on the cost that WFH arrangements have had on the learning experiences of young lawyers. Hamilton Locke Partner, Nick Edwards, was among the group of industry experts selected to give their insight on this topic.
The article shows covers the disadvantages of the next generation of leaders in law that arise from mainstream WFH arrangements.
Nick explained the deliberate steps Hamilton Locke has taken as a firm to promote culture and the Px experience. He also discussed the benefits of learning by osmosis and the importance of junior professionals observing and modelling behaviours from their peers. Nick also mentioned the advantage of hearing the ‘big picture’ in developing lawyers and leaders and the inability to achieve this whilst working remotely.
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