The law office style that was prevalent many decades ago is no longer relevant. Gone are the days of large law libraries, mountains of paper files, and an assistant for each attorney. Recent technological advances are going to take this even further, as firms transform older, inefficient offices to well-planned work environments, or move to new space.
Firms that are doing it right —whether large or small, global or local—not only lock in efficient space at economic terms that work for their business, but also create work environments that reflect their culture, ethos, and values. As a result, they can work more productively and retain and recruit attorneys more effectively.