Working at Home Not Cutting It?

by LawSpaceMatch


Posted on Last updated: Categories: Law firms with unused offices Solo practitioners The business of law


When talking to one lawyer in Nashville, Tenneesee, he expressed he was desperate for a quiet space.  A law space with a computer and some, light, free from loud sounds, a crying baby and a metllsome cat.  This hungry lawyer ended up practicing law in his laundry room with a fold out table and chair.  He was not embarrased to explain why he was there.  It was his temporary sanctuary. For now; during Covid.

Right now we are all appreciating the annoying attorney down the hall who boasts about how great her clients are, how famous they could be and how much money they pay her.   Why? Because after the declaration,  she went into her own office, closed the door, and worked. In silence.  Lawyers review evidence, read contracts, develop testimoney but mostly, lawyers need law space to THINK.  Analyzeing, strategizing which gives ultimate value to our clients.  

If you are hankering to get out of the house yet don't want to sign a big lease then LawSpaceMatch may have the answer.   We are not WeWork.  We are not brick and mortar.   We are connecting law offices with lawyers and lawyers with law offices.  Hundreds of empty law office space is available to rent.  You just need to find it.  By your zip code - where you work and play.  Search for your new LawSpace today at http://www.lawspacematch.com


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