Attorneys: Struggling to Maintain Good Mental Health? Learn How These Law Firms Support Their Teams.

According to The American Lawyer’s 2020 Midlevel Associates Survey, nearly 50% of midlevel associates have anxiety. Three in four associates also said their firms negatively affect their mental health. How do attorneys manage their stress in a hugely competitive and draining field?

The Struggle for Diversity in Law Firms is Real. These Legal Experts Share Their Stories and Strides

While the legal industry has emphasized diversity and inclusion, it’s still branded as one of the least diverse professions. Amata is committed to a program of diversity and inclusion.

Lawyers Sharing Office Space with Non-Lawyers: Is It a Good Idea?

Lawyers who use shared office space will see tremendous cost-reductions, but when that space is shared with non-lawyers, it may not always be the best professional space for your practice. Thankfully, there is an alternative.

Faye Gelb: Empowering Women in Law | THE 1958 LAWYER Podcast

Faye is teaching female attorneys not to make the assumptions she did: that hard work is all it takes to be seen. Previously a lawyer working within the Canadian government, when her boss retired, her job retired too…

Trisha Daho: Diversity, Advocacy, and Becoming the Lawyer You Want to Be | THE 1958 LAWYER Podcast

Trisha Daho has a fun job, she helps attorneys become the people and leaders they want to be. But she also tackles big issues at firms. Like building real diversity and managing a law firm minorities thrive within.

Judge Erika Orr: Women in Law, Parenthood, and Asking for What You Want | THE 1958 LAWYER Podcast

It’s our first episode and the Honorable Erika Orr helped us launch with a bang. Determining what you want and then asking for it is a key driver of personal success and greater social change. Erika’s insights as woman on a journey to becoming a judge – owning her own firm, working in corporate, and tackling motherhood – prove this over and over.

The Ethics and Practicality of Shared Office Space

Last Thursday, Amata Law Office Suites’ co-founder and CEO, Ron Bockstahler, attended an event hosted by The Chicago Bar Association where he spoke about the ethics and practicality of shared office space.

The Amata Difference

At Amata, we believe in being more than just a business, we believe in being an experience

The 5 Biggest Complaints About Open Coworking Spaces

It’s estimated that the average worker spends about 90,000 hours on the job. That’s a long time, especially if you’re stuck in an office environment that isn’t enjoyable or conducive to your day-to-day activities.

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