Chicago Lawyer: Ditching the Corner Offices

When Butler Rubin Saltarelli & Boyd moved its offices across the Chicago River, the firm saw it as an opportunity to catalyze change. The opportunity to redefine the space in which its attorneys work was an opportunity to iterate the firm’s priority on innovation. That’s why the firm radically rethought the concept of a law firm space, ditching corner offices and standard furnishings for workspaces of equal size and standing desks. Attorneys and clients alike have voiced praise for the sophisticated and sleek environment. 

Recently Chicago Lawyer, the premier publication for Chicago’s legal community, interviewed partner Robert M. Hermes about the new space. The article, which published in the magazine’s November issue, is titled “Ditching the Corner Offices.” 

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