This wasn’t the way it was supposed to work. Sure, it all sounded good at the time: an unprecedented alliance between a small law firm and a Big Five accounting firm, a deal industry watchers tabbed as a model for the 21st-century legal practice. But that all went up in flames years ago.

Yet the phoenix that arose from those ashes may well be more spectacular than the original model.

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