Atrium Legal Technology Services Inc., the legal software company backed by $75.5 million in venture capital, may be kaput. But the two lawyers that came on board in January to run Atrium LLP, the law firm side of the hybrid project, in its short-lived pivot to a new business model believe there’s still an opportunity for them to provide legal services to startups in a novel way.

Matthew Melville, a corporate lawyer formerly with Goodwin Procter and Lowenstein Sandler, and Michel Narganes, who previously worked as senior corporate counsel at Sitecore, joined Atrium as it moved away from in-house attorneys and towards a network of “preferred” outside attorneys.

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