BCLP Launches One-Stop Legal Service
BCLP Cubed co-lead says law firms still have advantages in crowded market

by Jessica Folker

Companies have a lot of options for outsourcing legal work, with BigLaw firms, accounting giants and alternative legal service providers offering different types of help for in-house counsel. Now a global firm is bringing these services under the same roof.

Last week, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner announced BCLP Cubed, which aims to be a one-stop shop for complex legal advice, high-volume services and legal operations support with the goals of “speeding up transaction cycles, reducing costs and providing data insights,” according to a news release.

“For us, it was really a no-brainer that we put all of that together for end-to-end services so our clients don’t have to go around and cobble together different types of service de- pending on their needs,” said BCLP Chief Innovation Officer Katie DeBord, who will lead product development for the new service.

DeBord, who is based in Denver, developed the concept with Lon- don-based BCLP partner Neville Eisenberg, who will serve as full-time CEO of BCLP Cubed. The new service will officially launch in September.

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