Whether you call them ALSPs, LPOs, or simply law companies, money keeps flowing in. This week, Elevate banked $25 million in private equity funding, and founder Liam Brown offers a look behind the curtain. Want to weigh in? Email me here. Want this dispatch in your inbox every Thursday? Sign up here.

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‘Less Law,’ or Just Fewer Lawyers?

Elevate Services, the legal technology and business consulting firm founded by serial entrepreneur Liam Brown, attracted some attention this week with the news that it had brought in an additional $25 million in private equity funding. Now that the company has rounded up a total of $60 million in capital, it seemed worth taking some time to hear what Brown has to say about his latest brainchild.

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