While most law firms that survived the pandemic utilized remote working to some degree, McCoy Russell saw opportunity where others saw roadblocks. We have reimagined a thriving, vibrant, cutting-edge law firm office with spaces that take you out of the typical, traditional, and restrictive firm experience.
As we have been perfecting our remote working processes and technology over the last 18 months of the pandemic, we transformed our new Office suite on the second floor of the American Chicle Building in the Pearl District into a hybrid-collaborative space. Our design takes advantage of classic wood floors, fourteen foot exposed wood beam ceilings, and oversized windows bringing in beautiful natural light.
Employees have full flexibility in working remotely, or coming in and using one our collaboration pods to meet with colleagues or have a little break from their home office. Our hybrid-collaborative space fosters teamwork and the sharing of ideas, and is equipped with both traditional workspace stations and more relaxed lounge type set-ups, thereby offering a variety of spaces to cater to diverse minds and enable employees to minimize commuting time.