Work-from-home, hoteling, flexible schedules are all part of the future. But leaders aren’t interested in renting flexible space away from their main offices. And a little more about the strategy at non-lawyer-owned Law on Call. Have an opinion? Email me here. Want this dispatch in your inbox every Thursday? Sign up here.

WeWork Office Model Doesn’t Grab Law Firms. Are They Missing Something?

The degree of attention that my colleagues and I have been paying to the questions surrounding the future of the law firm office is itself getting noticed.

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