Pop-Up Law Offices Help Take the Risk out of Geographic Expansion (Edge Int'l)


Law firms are constantly seeking ways of serving clients in new locations without the commitment, expense and risk of actually opening an office.


An interesting new alternative is what has come to be known as the "Pop Up" office. In part, this has occurred as the result of the glut of commercial real estate in many markets as well as the availability of very short-term office rentals. At the same time, the availability of surprisingly high-quality contract lawyers permits firms to open a presence in locations with a minimum financial investment. Pop Up offices work particularly well when they support a litigation matter or some other reason for having a presence in a location. ....

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