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Bartlit Beck’s renovated offices in Chicago. (Credit: Garrett Rowland Design by Gensler)
  • For a quarter-century, national litigation boutique Bartlit Beck has made its name in a declining business: trials.
  • The firm’s talent model may provide insights for a lower-leveraged Big Law market.

This fall Bartlit Beck moved into renovated office space in Chicago, complete with all the modern touches: Windows where walls used to be, maximalist video screens and a minimalist mock court that the firm says is what digital-first courtrooms of the future will look like.

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