By now, you probably roll your eyes at the “millennials are changing everything!” articles that litter your news feed. We also suffer from millennial fatigue. That said, a thorough evaluation of the modern legal workplace requires consideration of millennial values, including how firms and other organizations can improve their output by optimizing the physical workspace.

First, it bears note that office design is not just a feel-good topic—it impacts day-to-day attorney productivity and work product. The three concepts of workspace, work experience and work product are inextricably related. A person whose workspace is comfortable and conducive to the type of work he or she is trying to do will increase cognitive clarity, focus and drive, given the appropriate resources to perform exceptional work. So what environment is comfortable and conducive to the work your attorneys are trying to produce? Or, more succinctly, what do your attorneys need to produce the best results for your firm and its clients?

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