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In early 2020, the idea of operating without brick-and-mortar office space would have been scoffed at by most law firm leaders. But six largely successful months into a pandemic that forced lawyers across the country out of their offices and into an impromptu virtual law firm model, office space is looking less like a necessity and more like a liability.

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