Editor’s note: This is the second entry in The New Normal?, a Law.com series that aims to make sense of what the future of work in the legal industry looks like. For part one, click here. 

With so much underutilized space in the post-pandemic law office, firm executives unsurprisingly see office sharing arrangements as a way of getting the most out of their costly square footage while meeting employees at their new workplace habits. Indeed, survey results earlier this year released by real estate broker Savills found that 60% of law firm respondents are implementing or considering the implementation of hoteling or some other kind of flexible office arrangements.

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