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Advice for Law Firms

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Video 5: Advice for Law Firms
In the final video of our law firm series, Kenneth Siegel advises law firms to keep an open mind and put historical notions to the side when making occupancy decisions. He also encourages such companies to focus on the future needs and commuting patterns of their populations when planning over the long term.

U.S. law firms typically face more supply constrains than companies in nearly any other industry. Why?… Read More

Law Firms: The Impact of Technology

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Video 4: The Impact of Technology
Kenneth Siegel explores the way technological advancements and tools have supported the downsizing trend, reducing the space and investment required for libraries and closings, and helping associates to be more independent with regards to drafting.

U.S. law firms typically face more supply constrains than companies in nearly any other industry. Why? Law firms typically want offices in premium, Class A space in central locations—the tightest segment of U.S.… Read More

Law Firms: Geographic Opportunity

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Video 3: Geographic Opportunity
Kenneth Siegel explores how a demographic shift has unlocked geographic opportunities for New York law firms—allowing decision makers to consider areas such as the West Side and Downtown, as opposed to more traditional submarkets like the Grand Central area.

U.S. law firms typically face more supply constrains than companies in nearly any other industry. Why? Law firms typically want offices in premium, Class A space in central locations—the… Read More

Law Firms: Evolving Space Standards

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JLL Video Series: Key trends for Law Firms in New York

Video 2: Evolving Space Standards
Kenneth Siegel explains how changing space standards are being employed by New York law firms as they look to use space more efficiently.

U.S. law firms typically face more supply constrains than companies in nearly any other industry. Why? Law firms typically want offices in premium, Class A space in central locations—the tightest segment of U.S. office… Read More