Mark Harris' company, Axiom Legal, is one of a handful of new law firms that are wooing up-and-coming attorneys to be part of what they say are operations far leaner than typical firms. Attorneys for these outfits work mostly on-site in corporate counsel offices, complementing companies' internal legal departments. Formed under varying business structures, the shops tout the advantages of drastically cheaper rates for corporate clients and a different work culture for attorneys put off by big-firm practice.
New Breed of Law Firm Touts a Shift From Big-Firm Tradition
The National Law Journal
May 23, 2007
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