Tim Bratton, general counsel, Financial Times

Clients will shake up BigLaw

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  • Using the Axiom Model to challenge Big Law is all well and good but the replacement or alternative that is Axiom does not work in any sense and still leads to overcharging of clients. As a member of a small in-house legal team, I would not use the services of Axiom because their fees are just not competitive and the advantage of having the flexibility of being able to add or take away additional Axiom lawyers as and when required is not something that a small legal team would want to pay excess amounts of money to have - it is equally easy to obtain temporary lawyers from other sources at a fraction of the prices that Axiom charges and at the same time have that flexibility so I think lawyers needs to "go back to the drawing board" on finding an alternative to Big Law.

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