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'Law Firms Simply Do Not Need the Physical Space They Currently Occupy': Taylor English Duma's Chris Wilson on Why Offices Are Becoming Obsolete
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This week’s podcast is a conversation between Jonathan Ringel, the Atlanta-based managing editor of the Daily Report, and Chris Wilson, a corporate and finance partner at hybrid law firm Taylor English Duma, which has one office in Atlanta, and lawyers elsewhere who work remotely. Wilson talks about how his firm made its largely virtual structure successful, as well as the challenges some traditional brick-and-mortar firms may face in attempting to shed office space and move to a similar model.