Home movies are dominated by Netflix. Are law firms ready to move to a subscription-based model, too? The hourly billing model has long been a standard for law firms, but as a Georgetown University Law Center and Thomson Reuters report published in found, these firms continue to report flat service demands, falling productivity and static profits. A year later, the two entities found that while demand, billing rates and productivity had inched upward, most of that increase was confined to the largest, richest firms.
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Even in law school, I wanted a new way to practice law. I never felt drawn to joining a large firm like most of my classmates. Instead of going to on-campus interviews, I went to Croatia to figure it all out. Somewhere during my first year — I believe during contracts class — I had a revelation that what I had been learning in my law school courses would have been immensely valuable in my previous career in technology, where I worked as a web developer. That revelation led to a question that I kept coming back to: How can I get this information into the hands of people doing the type of creative work I had been doing before my shift to a legal career? I knew that my answer to this question would involve combining law practice with technology.