An interesting article from the ABA Law Practice division asks you to consider the restaurant business as a metaphor for law firms, and to identify what type of business you would be running in that context.  In my experience most law firms would consider themselves the high-end type.  That leaves gaps - and opportunities - in other parts of the market.  I couldn't help but think of Axxess Law and their highly successful fixed fee model with locations inside Walmart stores when the article was discussing the runaway success of the more "low-brow" Shake Shack operation vis-a-vis its upscale counterparts.