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

Written by Roy Strom - September 3, 2020

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.

Smaller law firms have closed their offices and turned to “virtual” rentals that provide offices and other services like a mailing address and document couriers, said Ron Bockstahler, CEO of Chicago-based Amata Law Offices, which specializes in renting to lawyers.

Read the full article at Bloomberg Law.

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