Law firms using outdated technology, take note: Leaving to launch a new firm with better technology is easier than it once was.

For lawyers who spin off from an established firm to start a boutique of their own, the change can be a breath of fresh air, especially when it comes to the technology they use. While it may mean cutting ties with capital investments of the past, larger and older firms may benefit from imitating the upstart approach to legal technology.

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