Much has changed over the last three to four years in the way attorneys practice law, but some constants on how law firms handle their real estate strategy remain remarkably similar.

Some lawyers realized they could get a remarkable amount of work done in a home office. Some of these attorneys are surprised (and maybe frightened) by these changes; others planned for the transition and are continuing on in new environments.

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