Hoteling is the future for the legal industry, say consultants at both CBRE and Cushman & Wakefield real estate brokerage firms. However, lawyers, especially those at Am Law 100 firms, have long resisted relinquishing the four walls each can call his or her own. This industry still has special affinity for corner office views, paper piles and tchotchke collections.

Several Washington firm leaders have told The National Law Journal in recent months their partnerships weren’t ready to try hoteling, even with a move to a modernized or renovated building.

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