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As their commercial leases approach expiration and renewal, midsize law firms are renegotiating the future of in-office legal work. For many, the “new normal” will feature an efficient floor plan that deemphasizes personal offices while paradoxically accommodating a growing attorney headcount.

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Justin Henry

Justin Henry covers business news and trends at law firms, with a particular focus on the Pennsylvania market. Reach him at [email protected] or on Twitter @jstnhenry87

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