About his former more spacious office, Paul Hastings chairman Seth Zachary says, I’m not missing one thing. (Matt Furman)
Transparent, egalitarian and modern are not always words associated with the legal industry, but a look at the newest offices of notable Am Law 200 firms might make you think otherwise. The industry, famously slow to let go of long-held traditions, is in the midst of a notable shift in how it manages and designs its real estate.
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