BigLaw Expats Form 'Next Generation' Law Firm

By Aebra Coe (September 14, 2017, 7:32 AM EDT) -- A group of BigLaw expats and legal technology gurus have joined up to form a new law firm that serves startups, Atrium LLP, which offers clients technology-driven legal services for a fixed fee.

San Francisco-based Atrium — founded by former Orrick partner Augie Rakow and creator Bebe Chueh — is currently made up of eight former BigLaw attorneys, with three more to join in the coming weeks. The law firm, which officially launched Thursday after a beta period that began in June, operates alongside venture capital-backed legal technology provider Atrium LTS, which employs six technologists.

Rakow says he believes Atrium's fixed...

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