LawSpace for rent in Chicago

This Office is ready for an Attorney.  Lawyers looking to share office space with attorney. 

Location: 55 West Monroe Street, Suite 3600, Chicago, Illinoise 60603  (search this zip code on our site to see more details)

Two windowed offices.  Offices are furnished and have conference rooms for use at no additional cost.

Month to month terms.  Please contact Michelle Measons.  See our LawSpace listing for more contact details.  

Don't miss out on this LawSpace for rent. 

San Diego LawSpace for Rent

Work hard, Play Hard in San Diego.  

Search no further for a law office within a tax based law firm.  Location is 16745 West Bernardo Drive, Suite 260, San Diego, California 92127.  The Point Building.

Need furniture; no need to buy or lease. Three private offices fully furnished.  Conference room available and front desk reception is helpful for your clients. 

Practice with lawyers engaging in these pratice areas:

Bankrucptcy
Business
Dispute resolution
Estate & probate
Immigration
Intellectual property
International
Products liability
Real property
Taxation

Check out this LawSpace today by contacting Richard Barron at 858-361-0760.

 

Hedwig Village Law Firm has law offices for Rent - Houston, Texas

New LawSpace for rent at 940 Corbindale Road, Houston, Texas 77024.  Hedwig Village Law Firm is leasing extra law office space for partner, associate and staff.  Lovely stand alone building, perfect for small practice or mediator.   Square feet ranges from 150 to 1800 square feet.    Easy parking with open lot.  Lawyers seeking a place to practice in Houston should not pass this LawSpace up. 

Practice law with lawyers skilled in broad range of diverse specialties. Experienced lttornesy in commercial litigation, corporate governance and ownership, construction, real estate and master planned communities.

Phone system, printer, scanner, copies and electricity included. Conference room and receptionist.  Attorney looking to join an established firm could land here for a great LawSpace.

Contact Casey Lambright at 1.713.840.1515  for more details.

Houston LawSpace for rent

Spacious law office with support space available in Houston, Texas.  Practice law sharing space with 3 solo estate planning attorneys.  Exterior office with conference room, break room and covered deck for parking.  Lease month to month in a high rise at 3555 Timmons Lande, Suite 1020.  Check out more details with a zip code search 77027.

Contact Amanda Cassidy at 713.621.7057

 

 

 

Are solo practitioners feeling isolated in their law practice?

A solo practitioner in Brazil was inquiring  online of other lawyers about being isolated in their law practice.   The responses from lawyers practicing on their own affirmed that solo lawyers can get segregated from other lawyers.   Solo practitioners and small law firms (ten attorneys and under) make up approximately 49 % of active U.S. lawyers.  While the American Bar Association has not broken down the number of actual solo practitioners versus small law firm practices, solo lawyers are so busy hustling for clients, performing legal duties and billing clients,  that it can be isolating.   Sarah Stock of Legal Back Office and Stock Legal in St. Louis, Missouri  agrees.  “When people start running their own firm, it can be overwhelming and lonely.”   https://molawyersmedia.com/2018/12/11/new-services-or-products-that-support-missouris-legal-community-jaimee-hall-sarah-stock/

 

Attorneys are practicing in the same office with other lawyers absent the creation of a "law firm" across the United States.  These lawyers are an association of independent attorneys.  See Model Rule below.

 

  • In our blog Tips for Sharing Law Space with other Lawyers,  we talked about safeguard tips for sharing law office space with other lawyers who are not affiliated with your law firm.  http://www.lawspacematch.com/posts/84  Considering the effect of conflicts and other ethical rules such as Model Rule 7.1 (avoid appearances of a partnership with attorneys sharing law office space),  lawyers are finding a group of lawyers having synergy and practicing in a shared office space.   This co-working situation among lawyers is a great solution.  Not only could this increase potential revenues, it could zap that feeling of isolation in your solo law practice.  

 

  • And working with other lawyers (not necessarily a member of one’s own firm) can boost confidence and morale.  Check out our blog post:  Can Working in a Shared Office Space really make you Happier?  https://www.lawspacematch.com/posts/54   According to Deskmag, an international online magazine about co-working, their survey suggested that there is a difference in levels of satisfaction on whether the lawyer formally worked in a traditional office versus the home.  Simply,  the lawyers sharing office space possessed more self-confidence.  Deskmag reported 90% higher confidence where lawyers were working in a shared office space situation.  Supporting reasons for this increased confidence  included but were not limited to:   the ability to choose co-working lawyers, and reduced stress due to choosing a LawSpace closer to home.

 

  • Also, many law firms are moving forward on a “hub and wheel” approach.  This means lawyers leave with their client base and work for newly innovative law firms allowing a type of sharing of law firm resources.   These remote attorneys do not work in the principal law office of the larger firm but instead are allowed to  take advantage of the efficiencies that technology makes possible.  The remote attorneys find office space while they electronically tap into the hub law firm’s resources.   Firms in Atlanta trying this approach include:  Taylor English http://www.taylorenglish.com/careers-experienced.html, Fisher Broyles http://www.fisherbroyles.com.  According to Taylor English, “One of the key distinguishing characteristics of our firm is our first-of-its kind hybrid business model in which we blend the full-service features of a centralized office – our “Hub” – with the efficiency and geographic scope of a virtual law firm, with our ‘Remote’ lawyers situated close to clients across the country while collaborating with our Hub attorneys and each other on a shared technology platform.”  http://www.taylorenglish.com

 

These lawyers are looking for shared law office space.   And that is one of the reasons we created www.LawSpaceMatch.com.  Created by lawyers for lawyers who share law office space.  We are revolutionizing how lawyers connect for space sharing. 

 

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