Axiom Law: Prototype for Innovation


Back in 2000, when Axiom Law Founder Mark Harris decided that big law’s hourly billings were excessive, he may have been the only lawyer who cared. The party for big law had been going on for some time now, each year bringing higher fees that clients could apparently pay, because they did. Medium and small firms and solos followed suit, each year inching up their hourly fees, and lawyers buying big houses, expensive cars and sending their kids to private schools. It was, indeed, a very nice party.

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