Legal Occupancy

Compared to the ten-city average on the Kastle Back to Work Barometer, the legal industry is returning to the office at rates 15 percentage points higher than other businesses. A spotlight on Washington, D.C., New York City, Houston and Chicago reveal similar patterns.

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Legal Industry Return to Office Outpaces Broader Commercial Office Average As Tracked by Kastle Systems Back to Work Barometer

Anonymized aggregated occupancy data indicates when and where the legal industry is returning to offices.

With coronavirus vaccinations expanding nationwide to all adults later this month, business leaders are anticipating an acceleration in the return to the office. Kastle’s Back to Work Barometer has tracked this phenomenon in ten major cities nationwide over the past year, revealing regional and industry differences in return to the office. A fresh review of access to office buildings finds the legal industry consistently exceeds the average, while tracking overall patterns.

With extensive depth in the legal industry securing 49 firms of the AmLaw100, Kastle Systems, the country’s largest managed security services provider to commercial businesses, is sharing anonymized aggregated access data from Kastle-secured businesses in the legal industry to better understand office occupancy patterns following COVID-19.

Compared to the ten-city average on the Kastle Back to Work Barometer, the legal industry is returning to the office at rates 10 percentage points higher than other businesses. A spotlight on Washington, D.C., New York City, Houston and Chicago reveal similar patterns. Read the full press release.

 

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