Many law firms were already downsizing their offices before the coronavirus pandemic hit this year. Now the mass migration to remote work may be pushing that process into overdrive.
One-third of respondents to a survey conducted by commercial real estate group Cushman & Wakefield said they expect their law firms to reduce office space by over 20% in reaction to the ongoing crisis, which has left offices empty for months and forced attorneys and their employers to adapt.
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