Maybe there’s no real evidence that chance meetings in the workplace fuel innovation. But law firms often place higher value on mentorship and training. And here the office may make a difference. Have an opinion? Email me here. Want this dispatch in your inbox every Thursday? Sign up here.

Do Office Run-Ins Spark Ideas? Should Lawyers Care?

From where I’m sitting, things are starting to feel a lot more normal. In the last week, I’ve been to the movies for the first time in 17 months and my third baseball game this year. But one place I still haven’t been since our lives were all upended last March is my office.

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