The Art of Partnership

Women-owned firm sets up shop in former gallery space

The building, which features exposed timbers, brick walls and concrete floors, was once an auto garage and later converted into an art studio and gallery. / JESSICA FOLKER, LAW WEEK
When the partners at Stimson Stancil LaBranche Hubbard closed on their office building in late January, they had plans to use the 5,000-plus-square-foot space for CLEs and seminars, fundraisers, art showings and community events. While COVID has put those plans on hold, the former art gallery in City Park West has served its new owners as a space to collaborate and brainstorm, meet safely with clients and hold virtual hearings. It has also been a place for the partners and their families to go to escape the monotony of lockdown, and the spacious one-story brick building has been used for work

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