The COVID-19 outbreak is forcing many in-house leaders to adapt and rethink their budgets, how their legal departments work and their relationships with outside counsel. At the same time, companies and law firms are enacting pay cuts and layoffs.

Alternative legal service providers such as Axiom, Atrium, Elevate and Integron, have been gaining ground on traditional law firms. But the repercussions of the coronavirus pandemic could fuel dramatic growth for the industry as companies seek flexibility and cost savings for outside legal work. 

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