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Law Firm Services | 2017 Spotlight Report

by CoyDavidson on November 8, 2017

Real Estate Trends in the Legal Industry

Colliers International has released the Law Firm Services Group Fall 2017 Spotlight Report.

Law firms have historically favored large office spaces in primary real estate markets, and as a result many law firms carry the weight of a substantial office footprint causing operational inefficiencies. Certain law firms are embracing alternative structures including flexible workspaces. However, law firms remain one of the most traditional industries when it comes to office space.

In addition to providing information about pricing trends, the study provides three tactical approaches to increasing workspace efficiencies, minimizing costs and maximizing productivity.

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