The last attorneys to exit the failed Silicon Valley experiment Atrium are now behind a start-up focused initiative at Crowell & Moring. They’ve taken a few lessons forward. Have an opinion? Email me here. Want this dispatch in your inbox every Thursday? Sign up here.

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Remember Atrium? After serial entrepreneur Justin Kan pulled the plug on the VC-backed law firm-legal tech company hybrid back at the start of 2020, attorneys Matthew Melville and Michel Narganes were left holding the bag, just after they arrived to help pivot the business to a new model relying on outside providers.

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