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Disrupting law firms proves difficult

"Atrium, a startup built with the object of driving better efficiencies and thereby, so went the plan, offering clients a more effective and efficient legal service."

As Atrium closes its doors, those seeking to disrupt the law firm model will be taking stock and learning some lessons.

I believe that there is genuine opportunity in the context of law firms and the application of AI and it won’t be long before the role of the traditional lawyer sees even more change than it has over the technological revolution of the last ten to fifteen years. 

The idea was that the collaboration software would make its lawyers more efficient than a traditional law firm so they could get work done faster, translating to savings for clients and Atrium.

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