Lawyer-to-Lawyer Marketplaces and Directories

Consilio is rebranding its legacy US and UK Flex Talent Solutions businesses as Lawyers On Demand following its acquisition of the global alternative legal services business in September last year. […]
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Overture appears to be the first lawyer-to-lawyer referral platform to place its focus on enabling the ethical sharing of referral fees among lawyers in smaller firms.
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Editor Caroline Hill speaks to Reynen Court’s founder and CEO Andy Klein about the marketplace’s strategy for recovery, including turning to two third parties to provide its technology infrastructure, in …
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LAWCLERK, an online marketplace where attorneys and law firms can hire freelance lawyers and virtual associates, is expanding its hiring options today with the launch of its Hourly Associate program, designed to allow law firms to hire freelancers on a more-flexible hourly basis rather than by a discrete project or longer-term subscription. 
“Our Hourly Associate Solution fills the gap
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Reynen Court, the so-called app store of law, is reducing its headcount, cutting expenses, and telling vendors on its platform they might experience service delays. But Andrew D. Klein, the company’s founder and CEO, denied that the company is going out of business or discontinuing support for its platform, and he said he is seeking new investment capital
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