Law Firms

Law firms are facing an industry shift. A good real estate strategy finds opportunity…and applies them to make your firm even better.

 

Law firms are taking on a new shape.

Mergers, consolidations, downsizings and transformative technologies. Law firms have new reasons to rethink their strategies and operations. And while real estate is typically the second biggest cost, it can present one of the biggest savings.

We partner with law firms to make better use of their real estate, reduce costs and improve workplace effectiveness. Because we only represent occupiers, our advice is always objective and in your best interest. Before we even discuss space, we talk about your firm’s business objectives, markets, and workflow requirements. Once we have a clear idea of these factors, we create a strategy and apply an integrated approach that:

  • Drives down costs
  • Enhances your brand image
  • Streamlines operations
  • Attracts and retains top talent

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