• KPMG UK Law Chief: COVID-19 'Absolutely Will Change' Legal Industry

    Simon Lock | September 14, 2020

    Nick Roome discusses the future of remote working, his division's expansion plans and what gives KPMG an advantage over traditional law firms.

  • Tech Spinoffs One Way Law Firms Can 'Flip the Script' on Disruption

    Zach Warren | September 04, 2020

    In this Q&A for its Breaking Tradition series, Law.com catches up with Justin Hectus, CIO and CISO at Keesal, Young & Logan and CIO at its spinoff tech company KP Labs. Hectus explains why the firm separated KP Labs as a distinct company, and the positives and negatives that come with law firm tech spinoffs.

  • Want a Job in Legal Technology? Your Answer is Increasingly at ALSPs

    Zach Warren | August 25, 2020

    In this Q&A for its Breaking Tradition series, Law.com catches up with Jared Coseglia, CEO and founder of TRU Staffing Partners. He explains why tech jobs are shifting from law firms to ALSPs, and why law students need permission not to have to practice law.

  • Why It 'May Take a Full Generational Transition' to Shift Perception of ALSPs

    Zach Warren | August 17, 2020

    In this Q&A for its Breaking Tradition series, Law.com catches up with Lucy Bassli, founder and principal of InnoLegal Services and former assistant general counsel at Microsoft. She tells why she went “irregular” out on her own, and why transparency and trust are important in alternative legal service provider relationships.

  • Why ALSPs Are In a 'Unique Position' to Aid Today's Legal Departments

    Zach Warren | August 05, 2020

    In this Q&A for its Breaking Tradition series, Law.com catches up with NetApp director of legal operations Connie Brenton. She explains what ALSPs need to have in order to be considered for a job—and why ALSPs may drop the "A" altogether.

  • The Law Firm Subsidiary: Marrying Firm Practice Integration with Flexibility and Agility

    Zach Warren | August 05, 2020

    Law.com catches up with Troutman Pepper eMerge managing director Alison Grounds for its Breaking Tradition series. In this Q&A, Grounds shows the benefits of being connected with a major firm, and how an on-site due diligence project turned into a tech-savvy engagement.

  • Law Firms and Outside Legal Service Providers Have Begun to 'Meet in the Middle'

    Zach Warren | August 05, 2020

    Law.com catches up with Integreon CEO Bob Rowe for its Breaking Tradition series. In this Q&A, Rowe explains why the “alternative” designation doesn't work for his company, and where legal services providers fall in the legal value chain.

  • Cheese Dip and Legal Tech: How a Food Entrepreneur is Spearheading ALSP Innovation

    Victoria Hudgins | May 14, 2020

    Level 2 Legal chief strategy and innovation officer Leigh Vickery is not only a champion for legal innovation, but a champion for her own queso product line. In a discussion with Legaltech News, Vickery explains the similarities between the food and legal industry and the challenges facing ALSPs during a recession .

  • Alma Asay: Legal Tech Is Facing an Unprecedented Moment

    Victoria Hudgins | April 06, 2020

    During a chat with Legaltech News, Litera evangelist Alma Asay discussed the new economic challenges faced by legal tech and how legal's recent surge in remote working may not lead to greater cloud computing adoption.

  • Breaking Tradition: Why We're Examining the New Law Market

    Zach Warren | August 05, 2020

    There are many questions left unanswered about where New Law entrants fit into the preexisting legal space. Our goal for the next 12 months in the Breaking Tradition series will be to further understand New Law and its past, present and future.