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The Wall Street Journal Features Shearman & Sterling's Reimagined New York City Global Headquarters

The Wall Street Journal highlighted Shearman & Sterling’s reimagined New York City global headquarters at 599 Lexington Avenue in its article entitled Law Firms Trade Corner Offices for Hot Desks and Hybrid Work.

Shearman & Sterling elected to redesign the space before the COVID-19 pandemic, intending to create a workplace that anticipated the evolving needs of its growing and diverse talent base, and would continue to support excellence in client service. The global law firm’s modernized space is a testament to its commitment to fostering a more connected, inclusive and engaged global culture. Integral to the redesign were sustainability, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility features, including equally apportioned office spaces and wellness amenities.

Read “Law Firms Trade Corner Offices for Hot Desks and Hybrid Work.”

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First appeared in The Wall Street Journal.

“The legal industry isn’t used to innovative designs,” said Shearman’s director of global real estate, Arsha Cazazian-Clement. “Our space is about equity.”
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