For law firms, workplace efficiencies and improved office functionality have historically run a distant second to aesthetics.

Oversized partner offices with large desks and credenzas, spacious law libraries, long hallways of private work spaces and in-house mock courtrooms tended to rule the day, regardless of their associated real estate costs. Some said, “That’s just the way law firms are.”

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