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Silicon Valley’s Atrium pulled in $75 million from venture capitalists who observed that the legal industry lagged as tech transformed other businesses. Now most of its lawyers are looking for new work as it moves to more general “advisory” services for startups. In the wake of the pivot, some ethical questions still need to be answered. Want to weigh in? Email me here. Want this dispatch in your inbox every Thursday? Sign up here.

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Dan Packel

Dan Packel covers change and innovation in the legal services market, and writes a weekly briefing for Law.com, "The Law Firm Disrupted," on these subjects. He is based in Philadelphia. Contact him at dpackel@alm.com. On Twitter at @packeld

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