Lawyers and real estate experts talk office space

Lawyers who walk the floors of older, conventional buildings see odd partner and associate office sizes, interior spaces that seem to hold more paper than people, and once vital, now outdated amenities like libraries and secretarial stations.As they approach the end of their leases, they must decide if they want to trade in these traditional offices for something more modern, efficient and flexible. Some law firms …

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