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NEW FRONTIERS IN SPACE - Law firm offices will surely look different post-pandemic—but they’re not going away, and neither are the open, collaborative spaces that were in vogue before social distancing became a thing. As Dan Packel reports, firm leaders and architects pondering office redesigns are discussing workstations that are not assigned to any one person, training and conference areas, a reduction in total square footage and restructured leases, among a variety of options. As Marty Festenstein, practice leader for legal at architecture firm Nelson, put it: “The office is not dead, especially for the legal industry. It’s just being reimagined, repurposed and reevaluated,” .”

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