Inspiration For Your Own AFA Journey


We're on a mission to improve the legal experience for all. Below you will find an ever-growing collection of resources that we hope will help and inspire you on your own AFA journey.

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6 Common Types of Alternative Fee Arrangements

6 Common Alternative Fee Arrangement Types

AltFee’s Alternative Fee Arrangement (AFA) definition: Any type of fee arrangement between a law firm and client other than the hourly pricing of legal services, with a common characteristic of providing the client with price certainty upfront.


The Human Lawyer Podcast: Digby Leigh

Our Co-Founder, Digby R. Leigh, recently joined The Human Lawyer podcast team for a discussion about his career in the legal industry, ditching the hourly model and what the team at AltFee are up to.

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How to Win at Alternative Fee Arrangements and Scale Revenue

For decades leaders have spoken up against the billable hour and the tide is turning toward alternative fee arrangements.

A Few Not-So-Obvious Benefits of Alternative Fee Arrangements AFAs

A Few Not-So-Obvious Benefits of Alternative Fee Arrangements


NEXL Fireside Chat: Legal Pricing

In this episode of the NEXL Fireside Chat, NEXL’s Head of Growth, Ben Chiriboga sits down with Scott Leigh, co-Founder of AltFee to discuss all things law firm pricing.


Moving Away from Hourly Billing

Clients are demanding more price certainty and law firms are responding slowly with alternative fee arrangements, but the traditional mindset of billing by the hour is limiting any significant change

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6 Keys to Successful Implementation of Alternative Fee Arrangements

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Frank Fees for Law Firms

Digby joins Jonathan Stark Founder of Ditching Hourly to share his experience converting his 30 person law firm from hourly billing to upfront pricing.

Legal Industry Pricing Trends Report 2023

Surveying legal professionals across the world, the report showcases how AFAs are contributing to increased profits for firms, better use of technology, and better work-life balance and working conditions for legal professionals.