In 2002, Kevin Broyles co-founded FisherBroyles. Since that time, he has played a key role in managing, adapting, and growing the Law Firm 2.0® model.
Formerly a litigator at Rogers & Hardin, LLP and a corporate technology attorney at Morris, Manning, & Martin, LLP, Kevin worked primarily with emerging growth and closely held companies, from startups to companies positioning themselves for merger and acquisition activity. During this time, he was exposed to different law firm management styles and a diverse group of entrepreneurial clients. These relationships helped form his views on legal efficiency and client-focused services, as well as his desire to disrupt the outdated ways of practicing law.
Kevin frequently writes and speaks on topics of law firm disruption, alternative legal service models, inclusion and diversity, technology innovations in law, and law firm management.
Although he no longer bills time, he continues to provide trusted legal advice and strategic guidance to his clients. Kevin devotes the majority of his work time to helping his partners succeed, rescuing OldLaw attorneys from ...
FisherBroyles UK LLP (“FisherBroyles UK”) is a limited liability partnership registered in England and Wales with registered number OC426505, and which practices from 1 Ropemaker Street, London, EC2Y 9HT. A list of members of FisherBroyles UK is available for inspection at that address. FisherBroyles UK is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority with registered number 658162. FisherBroyles UK is connected with its affiliate in the US, FisherBroyles LLP, although they are two separate legal entities. The word “partner” denotes a member of FisherBroyles UK or an employee or consultant with equivalent standing and qualifications.
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Harvard Law School, Cum Laude, 1994
University of Tennessee , B.S., Summa Cum Laude, 1991
Prior Law Firm Experience
Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP
Rogers & Hardin, LLP