Work-from-home measures undertaken during the novel coronavirus pandemic have led some law firms to question whether their brick-and-mortar offices are too big, because of now-battle-tested remote work capabilities, or too small, because of what look to be long-term social distancing concerns. While the issue is driving conversation, it’s unclear whether it will manifest in true philosophical or strategic changes when it comes to physical space and real estate.

One small New Jersey firm is less focused on the long term and more concerned with short-term measures for office safety.

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