Law firms are continuing to get creative with their floorplans, with some adapting to new hybrid working schedules by finding new uses for free space and others adding amenities in an effort to draw attorneys back to the office with the overall goal of increased efficiency.

Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney’s new dedicated artificial intelligence research space, located in the firm’s Pittsburgh office, is one example of firms adapting to hybrid work. The firm repurposed some of its space into a generative AI sandbox as part of its BuchananInnovate program, in the hopes it will help the firm stay at the forefront of technological advances and market trends, according to firm CIO Scott Angelo.

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