Some lawyers like to be close to the courthouse; others like to be as far away as possible from a necktie.
Some want the prestige of a tall building in the middle of a city's commercial district; others prefer the practicality of easy parking.
A law firm's building and location declare something eloquent about the firm's mission. But they also deliver a less legal message, one of personality. "A lot of thought goes into your nest," Davidson attorney Bob McIntosh (pictured) said. Of his office space which is located in the old Davidson Cotton Mill he said, "I spend most of my time here, and I love being here."
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