*Editor’s Note: This is the first part in a two-part series examining the impact of alternative legal service providers on midsize firms. The first part assesses the threat that ALSPs pose. The second part will look more closely at how the dynamic is playing out in the market, and what midsize firms are doing, or can do, to gain an advantage in the competition.

A lot has been written about the growth of alternative legal service providers and how they are disrupting the legal market. But how big a threat are ALSPs to mid-market firms, and what should midsize firms do to stay competitive?

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