Historically, Priori has been known for its attorney marketplace, where in-house counsel can go to search for vetted outside counsel for specific projects. But now, the tech company is looking to move up the decision-making timeline, expanding its solutions to include a new product that tracks data for outside counsel decisions.

The new solution, dubbed Scout, was developed in conjunction with an advisory board that includes both in-house legal departments (Hearst, Marsh McLennan, Zimmer Biomet, and an unnamed Fortune 10 company) and outside counsel (Orrick) to collaborate on the data. Priori CEO and co-founder Basha Rubin told LTN that the goal is to allow corporate legal departments to not only identify new attorney talent through the marketplace, but also better understand and deepen their current outside counsel relationships using Scout.

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