With its much-ballyhooed launch in 2017 and its backing by Silicon Valley entrepreneur and Twitch founder Justin Kan, Atrium said it would “revolutionize legal services” through its dual-entity model of a law firm and a separate-but-connected entity to provide back-end services and technology.

But now there are signs the revolution is at least partially

Legility, a Nashville-based provider of legal operations services for legal departments and law firms, has acquired Inventus, a Chicago- and London-based, international provider of e-discovery services, with locations across Europe, Asia and North America.

The result of the acquisition, Legility says, will be to “create the world’s preferred partner for technology-enabled services for

In legal technology, it was a decade of tumult and upheaval, bringing changes that will forever transform the practice of law and the delivery of legal services.

Feisty startups took on established behemoths. The cloud dropped rain on legacy products. Mobile tech untethered lawyers. Clients demanded efficiency and transparency. Robots arrived to take over our