Does your office have unusual amenities?

Question of the Week


Kitchen and volleyball court at the Edelson law firm in Chicago. Photo courtesy of Edelson.

In the last couple of months, the 27-lawyer, Chicago-based Edelson law firm unveiled a revamped office complete with street-art murals, a virtual driving range and a volleyball court in a bid to appeal to millennials.

They’re not the first in the legal industry to go this route—Clio moved into a space in 2012 featuring a room with a ping-pong table, foosball and video games.

And in 1999—before millennials were in the workforce—Bartlit Beck Herman Palenchar & Scott had a climbing wall in the lobby of its Denver office. (The firm left that office behind in 2016, BusinessDen reported at the time.)

This week, we’d like to ask you: Does your office have any unusual amenities? If so, what are they? If not, do you wish it did, or would you rather work in a more traditional space? Answer in the comments.

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