Kimberley Davies likes the early-days identity search that encompasses life at a startup. Which is one of the reasons she left document review company Luminance, where she most recently was head of discovery, earlier this year to accept a commercial development manager position with one of the newest law firm tech subsidiaries on the block.

An offshoot of law firm Kennedys, the tech-driven Kennedys IQ launched in February. But it has already established a mission statement that feels somewhat at odds with its law firm lineage.

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