A picture of the ideal law firm office space, post-pandemic, is beginning to emerge, and communal and shared-office spaces aren’t going anywhere.

As firm leaders and architects consider legal workspaces once the COVID-19 pandemic is in the rearview mirror, they are discussing workstations that are not assigned to any one person, training and conference areas, a reduction in total office space and restructured leases, among a variety of options.

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