Law360, New York (October 6, 2017, 11:51 AM EDT) -- The law office has traditionally served as a hub where attorneys work and interact with colleagues and clients, but new technologies, rising real estate costs and an increasing desire for flexible work opportunities are challenging that typical office concept.
Technology and innovation have already allowed law firm employees to work outside of the brick-and-mortar office setting, and the legal industry appears to be heading even further down that path. Mobile technologies like laptops and tablets, as well as software like the cloud and virtual private network capabilities have given attorneys the ability to be connected to their home base of operations...
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