There’s an element of prestige that comes with working at a law firm — particularly if that means sitting in a glossy, high-rise office building overlooking a metropolitan area, such as Miami or Atlanta.

But much of that was stripped away in 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic forced lawyers to pack up and go home. Since then, many firms have been rethinking their need for office space, having not only discovered it was possible to practice law remotely, but also found it can save time and money.

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