Some law firm and in-house attorneys don’t necessarily care if their outside consultants are making a commission off a piece of legal tech they’ve recommended—but should they? The answer is more nuanced than a simple “yes” or “no,” thanks in part to how popular that consulting model has become throughout the industry. 

For Zach Abramowitz, a legal tech consultant and founder of Killer Whale Strategies, much of it comes down to whether or not the core problem that an organization is trying to solve is being well served by a recommendation. There’s also the issue of ensuring that a client is being shown the best product at the most competitive price point.

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