To get a sense of how much the legal industry has changed over past the few years, one needs to follow the money. Or more to the point—the jobs. While law firms and legal departments were once the main outlets for recent law school graduates, that’s now far from the case. “ALSPs [alternative legal service providers] are where most jobs are in legal technology today,” Jared Coseglia, CEO and founder of TRU Staffing Partners, told Legaltech News in August.

Below we look at some of the tech talent ALSPs have gained—and lost—over the past year. This list is not meant to be exhaustive, but aims to highlight the many moves that redefined a significant part of the market in 2020.

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