The days of relying solely on law firm expertise to navigate corporate clients’ challenges may be numbered. Fueled by a demand to provide cost efficiencies and data-driven solutions, law firms are collaborating with alternative legal service providers (ALSPs) to deliver more legal services.

“Clients want new ways to perform work, and they are looking for ways to do it faster and making best use of human capital,” said executive director of Advanced Delivery & Solutions at Allen & Overy Cathleen Butt, who previously served as deputy general counsel at CSC for 14 years.

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