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By the time the early 2020s roll around, more companies may be relying on small- and medium-sized firms and service providers to do their legal work, according to a new survey of more than 300 corporate executives from the U.S., U.K. and Europe.

Rebekah Mintzer

Rebekah is the editor of the In-House Desk at American Lawyer Media. She and her team work on telling stories about corporate legal departments and what makes in-house lawyers tick.

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