Rearranged: As COVID-19 Drags On, Law Firms Assess Their Largely Empty Offices

As COVID-19 halted the courts in March, Kendra Spearman finally found the time to start a nonprofit. Starting the Justice Renewal Initiative in April, which she planned to do since law school, allowed her to serve her clients beyond the courtroom.

Lawyers Rarely Miss A Beat With Virtual Office Support

As COVID-19 quickly spread across the U.S. earlier this year, lawyers in large and small firms began embarking on an unprecedented shift: remote work from anywhere through virtual offices.

Summer’s Over and Big Law’s Real Changes Are About to Take Hold

For firms locked into longer-term leases, they may have more space than they will need. Is anyone going to be interested in taking over that space? One possible answer is companies that offer on-demand work space targeted at lawyers.

Lawyers Going Solo Without Going It Alone

“Solos,” and small firms up to nine lawyers, today comprise the majority of the U.S.’s 1.3 million lawyers. See how one solo attorney improved her overall efficiency and grew her practice using a virtual office.

Why Open Office Spaces Don’t Work

Open office space was a concept many deemed to be the ultimate solution in workplace collaboration and company success. Touted as the perfect arena for brainstorming sessions that would inevitably breed the best products and services available on the market and the environment for which the strongest collaborations would be born, open office spaces were idealized as the new definition of a company’s culture: friendly, innovative, and team-focused.

Which Chicago Office Space Provider is Best for Your Business?

It’s important to know just what you’re getting with your office space provider before you sign on the line. We chose three major law office space providers in Chicago – WeWork, Regus and Amata – and broke down the differences to provide you better insight on where your firm might thrive best.

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