Washington, D.C.-based Clearspire, which uses an online platform to connect with clients, plans to hire as many as 100 lawyers annually for the next five years. Clearspire Law keeps its overhead low and outsources certain functions to its sister company, Clearspire Services. "If everyone sticks to what they do well, and firms let businesspeople manage projects and tech people build robust systems, lawyers are liberated to focus on the law," said Clearspire President and CEO Bryce Arrowood.

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