Minnesota Lawyer Features Minneapolis Partner in Charge Brian Dillon on New Hybrid Workspace in IDS Center
Minnesota Lawyer recently published a piece reviewing a leasing survey's findings that showed how COVID and the global pandemic accelerated the downsizing trend for law offices nationwide.
The author noted that the firm's Minneapolis office recently moved within the IDS Center - making it the second suite of offices redesigned to support the firm’s new hybrid work model, which allows lawyers to split time working at home or in the office. The firm now occupies the 30th and 31st floors of the IDS Center.
The new space design is based on feedback from attorneys and administrative staff, said Partner in Charge Brian Dillon. Features include rooms with modular tables and chairs to configure to the size and purpose of any meeting, stand-or-sit desks, more common spaces and a cafe for better collaboration. Flexible office layouts are designed to support employees who work in the office full time, and those who come in fewer days per week or are visiting from another office.
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