Unique Space available for Sublease at YOON LLP - outside Grand Central Terminal- NYC

Sharing lawspace with attorneys who possess a proven courtroom track record and extensive experience with some of the top law firms in New York City is an advantage. A young lawyer seeking a space sharing arrangement in a prized location need not look further. See (YOON LLP.) http://www.yoonkimlaw.com/. In 2016, this law firm was named Asian Pacific American-Owned law firm of the year.

This law firm was formed by attorneys who were drawn together by a common vision. They provide the highest quality legal services to Fortune 1000 companies as well as to individuals and minority-owned businesses. Their clients value their responsiveness, attention to detail and deep commitment to obtaining successful results. Share this great space with the six skilled lawyers of Yoon, LLP. The LawSpaces available at YOON LLP include: Sublease 1 or 2 furnished offices: Two large and beautifully furnished law office spaces with cubicle spaces available. Very Clean and Spacious. Interior work station space available for sublease immediately. This space is perfect for your legal secretary or paralegal. The location is in mid-town Manhattan on 44th Street and Madison. The law firm also has 1) A large, beautifully furnished conference room, 2) A smaller conference room, 3) A Shared Kitchen and Copy/ Scan/ Fax machine. Check out the amenities today.

Do not miss out on this opportunity- LawSpace in the heart of New York City! Contact the law firm: YOON LLP: 11 East 44th Street, 5th Floor New York, New York 10017 

We All Share

Sharing. It's happening everywhere. Not only are people sharing office space, including law space, they are sharing cars, bikes, clothing and equipment. A number of sharing services have popped up in recent years, including ride-sharing services like Uber, Zimride and Lyft. Let's not forget home-sharing services such as Airbnb. So, this trend of sharing continues.

While efficiency may be at the heart of the matter, there is also the aspect of being in an efficient mode (whether you are seeking to create a small law office within another larger law office, or renting a ballgown for an upcoming event). Ridesharing, apartment/home lending, peer-to-peer lending, reselling, coworking, talent-sharing....the sharing economy, sometimes also called the collaboration economy, is taking off in all sorts of niches.

Sharing.  It also inspires new legislation.  For instance, a top official at the ride-sharing service Lyft and Senator Bo Watson of Tennessee created a new law that allows for car-booking companies to operate statewide to serve as model to other states.    Even Google has entered the new ride-share service arena.  It comes down to offering people (including lawyers) a way to use data and space effectively for people to have access to when and where they want it. Co working has become and looks like it will stay the trend.

           Overall, there seems to be economies of scale and substantial benefit in sharing.  That is why they call it the Sharing Economy!

Creative Attorney Space Sharing Arrangements

With the road paved for sharing office space, attorneys seek options for finding suitable space with great amenities and a place for exchanging expertise with other like-minded professionals. A typical sublease may be feasible, allowing attorneys the avoidance of "dark space" for an extended period of time; however, other space sharing arrangements are available. While subleasing law office space means space that has been leased by a tenant and is being offered for lease back to the market by the tenant with the lease obligation, sometimes a sublease is not the answer. Got Law Space? At least be thoughtful about it. Sharing law space is a great way to cut costs. Creative lawyers are approaching law firms and groups of lawyers already sharing space and cutting that pie of office space in various pieces which represent benefits for the law firm and the mobile attorney. By presenting space sharing proposals that cater exactly to the needs of the attorney seeking space, it is a win/win situation. Perhaps an attorney only needs a conference room to meet with clients or conduct attorney team discussions. 

Instead of seeking virtual office space from generic office suites, attorneys are approaching other attorneys with law offices located nearby clients or their home. And those attorneys receiving those creative space sharing arrangements who are business minded are accepting those proposals - after satisfactory due diligence of course. It's good for you; it's good for me. Atlanta office vacancy still exists and Atlanta lawyers, as well as lawyers in nine other states are posting and listing empty office space on www.lawspacematch.com. Lawyers should be flexible in providing office sharing arrangements as long as they are comfortable with the lawyers sharing conference rooms and standing at the copy machine. Sharing law space means finding a good match. Resources are shared: whether an actual office is subleased or a conference room once a month is provided. Further benefits include: networking, networking, networking, which is a fruit of this synergy. There is always the potential client referral coming from that attorney using the conference room to an attorney granting law space who specializes in an area of law. Or vice versa. Also, costs are reduced: creative attorneys may offer an a la carte approach to the needed services sought for the mobile attorney or a flat rate per week or month. It is a no lose situation.

The mission of www.lawspacematch.com is to assist the legal profession by creating a web site targeted for attorneys in transition and law firms with empty office space. Immediate opportunities for attorneys desiring relocation may be found with criteria-based custom searches or views by zip codes. It's simple. And its FREE to post or search for law space. Law firms post available office space; attorneys search and find space while simultaneously posting their professional profiles on our site. www.LawSpaceMatch.com is a matching site like no other and benefits both the law firms and the attorneys by directly connecting these two parties. See Also: The Business of Law, Law Firms with Unused Offices,

LawSpaceMatch is Country-Wide!

LawSpaceMatch has been expanding! We now have law spaces listed in 9 different states, from Georgia to New York to Colorado. Do you live in Manhattan and are looking for free office space? We now have listings for New York City office suites on Lexington Avenue in the heart of Manhattan. All you have to do is click on the office listing and you are given a direct telephone number to contact the owner of the real estate. It is completely free - all you have to do is take five minutes to create an attorney profile. We are very excited about these new additions to our database of office space listings, and expect that even more expansion is soon to follow. As more and more people are finding out, acquiring an office space to practice law should not be a stressful, cat and mouse affair. It should be quick, streamlined and simple, and LawSpaceMatch provides the perfect medium for the process. See Also: Law Firms with Unused Offices, Atlanta Office Space Vacancies

The Website For Lawyers Hanging a Shingle and Seeking Shared Law Office Space

LawSpaceMatch.com is the perfect online service for newly graduated law students who are thinking of starting their own solo practice or small groups of graduates who want to hang out their own shingle. The purpose of LawSpaceMatch is to help attorneys looking for office space find law firms with available space. It is a match.com for lawyers seeking shared office space.

The founder of LawSpaceMatch, a Mercer Law graduate, Elaine M. Russell was looking for a new office space for her solo corporate law practice in Atlanta, Georgia. After a frustrating search, yielding no website or source that connected her with open office space, she resorted to a door to door search for office space. Since pounding the pavement was not the best use of resources or time, Elaine developed LawSpaceMatch to save other attorneys from having to do the same legwork. This online service is free and easy to use and accessible to attorneys and firms with office space needs. Law firms with space to rent or sublet can post these listings and upload photographs on the website. Attorneys search for law office space that would match their needs. Since the online service covers all regions of the country, it enables solo practitioners in transition to hang a shingle in a different state or find a partner in a different part of the city or state to with which to share space.

Lawyers and law students may also post their professional profile. Since attorneys are able to view each others professional profiles, finding attorneys with similar practice areas with whom to share space is easier. Whether you are a new solo practitioner or a current practitioner looking to start a new practice, www.LawSpaceMatch.com can help you save time, space, and ultimately money. This website is free to use. Check out www.lawspacematch.com. Mercer law student Sarah Phaff has posted on the blog along with many others. If you are interested in contributing a blog post, please contact elaine@lawspacematch.com. Also check out the podcast Contributed by: Sarah Phaff, 2L via Mercer Law Free Press See Also: A View From Law Students, Law Firms with Unused Offices, Atlanta Office Space Vacancies

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