Legal Workplace

Experts who have worked on more than 130 law firms and understand what is driving the need for change
Legal Workplace design architecture

Key Considerations Triggering Change in the Legal Workplace

Rapid Change/Flexible Environment

Value Driven Cost Control and Management

Brand as Business Plan


Technology as Catalyst

Multi-Generational Workforce

Sustainable Design Integration

Recruitment and Retention of Attorneys and Legal Staff

Among professional services companies, law firms are facing a “new reality” that requires a new way of thinking about how a more productive workplace can create a competitive advantage. Strategic decisions that go beyond the traditional concerns of aesthetics and cost must be considered carefully.

Creating a Legal Workplace that performs
in the present and considers the future

NELSON’s Legal Workplace experts understand that creating an effective work environment requires a business solution that addresses the firm’s immediate needs and its long-term goals. By leveraging our knowledge of industry benchmarks, future trends and creative design, we are able to offer a variety of approaches that will add value. Multi-dimensional strategies, combining business and cultural objectives, remain at the core of each endeavor. By making calculated, smart decisions about real estate and workspace design, our clients gain immediate benefits and are well positioned for the future.

Practice Area Leadership

NELSON Insights


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NELSON announced its intent to launch TAMI (Technology, Advertising & Media, and Information Business) Practice Area. 


FOCUSING on music and design

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Looking for a fresh new concept that not only captured elements of the music industry but also the city of Minneapolis, Pandora Internet Radio turned to NELSON to provide interior design services for the renovation of their existing office in the IDS Tower.


creating design that "takes off" 

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Gogo commissioned NELSON to create a final workplace solution that would allow for aggressive growth and flexibility while considering new ways of working in a collaborative space.



CREATING new office design

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Amidst a transitional time period, the Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau commissioned NELSON to design an open, flexible, cutting-edge work environment for their team. 

Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau


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NELSON and Veenendaal Cave, Inc. Officially Join Operations, establish the Southeastearn USA as a “Super Region”.


NELSON and Veenendaal Cave, Inc. Join Operations


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Fieldglass commissioned NELSON to redesign space with a focus on the creation of a more collaborative work environment allowing for a more efficient workflow.

Fieldglass Inc