Has the pandemic made a lasting impact on small to midsize law firms and solo practices? For these firms, the two main effects have been the move to virtual meetings and the move to “hybrid” schedules (remote work combined with some office presence). Many firms have made new technology investments and may now pivot from in-office to remote or hybrid as needed. Putting the safety of employees and clients first has helped many firms maintain and deepen their client relationships. Although some attorneys see the remote office as inappropriate for new hires, generally speaking, the pandemic has been a period of technological modernization and increased attention to clients’ needs that will enhance the future of the legal profession.