Fast-growing Anglo-Australian alternative legal service provider Lawyers on Demand (LOD) has already met with success as a legal industry disruptor, but now it aims to become a “one-stop shop” for in-house legal teams by making its work product understandable and accessible to corporate executives who are not lawyers.

“Ten years ago, [in-house legal departments] only had the option of farming work out to law firms or doing it themselves, and now they’ve got lots of different options,” LOD co-founder Ken Jagger said in an interview with Law.com International. “We’re trying to play into that space.”

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