Five Things to Look for in Shared Office Space

Law firms have long been known for sprawling offices, in which even the most junior associates enjoy their own private workspace. While that’s changing as larger firms adopt standard-size offices and move support staff to clustered workstations, some law practices are going in a different direction and moving to shared offices that allow them to reduce real estate expenses and work more collaboratively with peers. As a growing number of law firms embrace the shared office model, some office providers are designing centers exclusively for the legal community, offering benefits and services that smaller firms might not be able to afford if leasing a space of their own. Here's what you can expect if you're shopping for legal-only shared office space. ... READ THE REST

October 7, 2015 0 3 0

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