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Nov 30, 2020

As Melissa Lyon and Adrienne Trumbull, Associate Principals at Hive Legal discuss in this podcast, Hive Legal is a new law trail blazer. In 2014, its founders launched a corporate commercial law firm with an entirely different business model. Starting with a clean slate, they drew on the experiences of users of legal services and those who deliver those services from traditional business models, to design a model with the purpose of improving the
experience for both its clients and its team.

Today, Hive Legal provides a truly flexible workplace. It delivers its legal services/products using fixed pricing based on value rather than time spent. Hive’s team embraces technology and fosters collaboration, agility, and creativity – they have the courage to think and act differently. This business model has provided the platform for them to develop and utilize several innovative products, ways of working with clients, and an innovative culture across the entire firm.

Thanks so much for sharing the Hive Legal story, Mel and Adrienne – we are inspired by what you continue to do differently…every day!

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