The executive suite from which you launch your law firm will set the standard for your brand, the clients you will serve, and your work lifestyle. Leasing an office space is no small decision. Keep the following topics in mind when assessing your office space needs.
1. The Location: Determine the accessibility/ease of commuting to your common workday spots.
2. The Policy: Determine the financial feasibility of the space by getting down to the details of your office lease.
3. The Building: Determine if the shared office space aligns with the level of service you want to provide your clients.
4. The Amenities: Determine if the office culture encourages a growth mentality.
Are there additional resources or networking events hosted by the building to facilitate connections?
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Whether you’re looking for just an in-expensive place to knock out some work, or a collaborative growth-focused location designed to help you achieve big goals, you must take into consideration what you truly value. Think about what you really value in an executive suite, and you may just find that Liberty Law Suites is the right fit for you.
Liberty Law Suites is part co-working space and part growth-accelerator based in South Tampa, offering a unique combination of ancillary services that are designed to enhance your firm. There are a limited number of private, fully furnished offices available, as well as virtual memberships with access to our two well-appointed conference rooms and flex-use office, educational and networking events, and participation in the Liberty Collective (an advisory board of members). Liberty Law Suites brings entrepreneurship to lawyers and equips attorneys with tools to run the business of law.
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This Blog was written by Liberty Law Suites, Director of Operations, Katelyn J. Dougherty, JD.
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