The COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact global business daily, and the legal sector is no exception. This typically conservative industry, no stranger to economic crises in recent decades, has once again been forced to adopt rapid changes to maintain business continuity. The challenges developing around physical space, client service, and employee safety at this time promise to reshape the legal workplace in both the near- and long-term.
Webinar: Office Space 2021
The Anatomy of Design Changes to Maximize Wellness and Minimize Exposure in the Post-COVID World
Watch our latest webinar as Husch Blackwell and NELSON Worldwide take an in-depth look at the transition back into the workplace. Discussing legal, design, and wellness considerations to better adapt your office for the future.
IN THE NEWS
The Future of Legal Workplace Design: Recreating the Resilient Law Firm
The practice of law is centered on individualized work, privacy and confidentiality, and long hours, but with a new generation of attorneys entering the workforce and various external factors creeping their way into the legal workplace culture, how will the future office look and function?
The Slow Death of the Dedicated Attorney Office
NELSON’s own Kristin Cerutti joined Above the Law to discuss the design of traditional law firms and how that model will be changed in the aftermath of COVID-19. They also explore what trends will come as a result of the pandemic, and some changes that most businesses are embracing that just won’t work for law firms.
Stay Current: Workplace Planning Continues to Change
NELSON connects with Midwest Office Capital Markets Group for their COVID-19 Conference Call Series. Stay Current: Workplace Planning Continues to Change discusses current space trends, space requirements, differing needs per tenant industry, and predictions for the future.