Like many boutique law firms and spinoffs, Spruce Law Group promises clients Big Law expertise with the accessibility and lower costs a small firm offers. But it’s taken an unconventional step toward that end: no partners.

Among other things, that means there’s no partner profit-sharing. And the 14-lawyer firm is not named after its founders, or after lawyers who brought in big books of business. Instead, it’s named after the Philadelphia street where it’s located.

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