What will the law firm real estate landscape look like in 2017?
The national market is still tight for law firms, but local market dynamics and global economics are impacting the industry in various ways. From subleasing to benchmarking and even design trends, view the full video series for deeper law firm insights.
Law firms are striving to be more efficient with their space while maintaining productivity.
Does DC have a muffin top?JLL's Liz Cooper discusses DC's office market, including the trend of law firms toward the top floors of Trophy space.
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JLL’s Tom Doughty speaks about Elizabeth and why she is so admired by colleagues and clients alike.
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With continued M&A activity, sublease supply in DC is reaching an all time high, but demand is weak. JLL's Bobby Blair explains.
As developers respond to tight conditions and sustained growth, law firms will have more options to meet their real estate needs. Hear from JLL's Phil Leibow.
JLL's Tom Doughty shares how global events and flattening law firm markets have firms working harder than ever to maintain profitability.
JLL's Ben Breslau shares an overview of geopolitical uncertainty and identifies which key factors will likely drive future growth.
JLL's Phil Leibow explains how congressional and executive alignment impact occupancy growth in Metro DC.
With Class A vacancy at a 10-year high, Metro DC may be at risk of oversupply. Hear more from JLL's Matthew Coursen.
With 7.7 million square feet of law firm supply (and just 2 million square feet of expected demand), the Metro DC law firm market is looking tenant-favorable for 2017.
Three major deals in the latter half of 2016 accounted for more than two-thirds of total square footage leased by law firms in Metro DC last year. JLL’s Greg McCavera looks back.
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