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Clyde & Co is moving all staff into the St Botolph Building (Image: Adobe Stock)

Clyde & Co is set to vacate one of its two London offices, as it plans to transition to a “hybrid model” of working which will see staff work from home up to 60% of the time. 

The decision comes as a number of firms have begun assessing their real estate needs in light of changing working patterns accelerated by the pandemic.

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Simon Lock

Simon joined Law.com International in June 2019 after finishing his degree at City, University of London. His areas of focus are legal tech, insurance, and intellectual property. [email protected]

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