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At the Bryan Cave Business Academy in St. Louis on May 18, associates from around the globe contemplated the future of the law firm business model and competed in mock client pitch meetings to better understand alternative fees and how technology can make their practices more efficient. Photo: Roy Strom/ALM

Standing in front of about 50 Bryan Cave associates at a training retreat in May, the firm’s chief innovation officer, Katie DeBord, tried a joke about the progress—or lack thereof—artificial intelligence has made in the legal profession.

Roy Strom

Based in Chicago, Roy Strom has been reporting on the legal world since 2011. He covers law firms with a focus on how the Big Law business model is changing. He writes a weekly column for Law.com called "The Law Firm Disrupted," covering changes in the legal services market. He can be reached at rstrom@alm.com. On Twitter: @RoyWStrom

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