Legal technology incubators have been described as the Starbucks of the legal industry, with one seeming to pop up on almost every corner.

But while many law firms are looking to get in on the ground floor with tech startups that could blossom into lucrative clients, Barclays has taken a different tack with its own venture, teaming up with 13 law firms, PwC and the Law Society in a collaborative effort to “turbo-charge the U.K.’s law-tech sector.”

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