7 April, 2017
Trial by jury, among the most hallowed institutions of the U.S. justice system, can be biased and inequitable. But if you’re thinking that…
7 April, 2017
Trial by jury, among the most hallowed institutions of the U.S. justice system, can be biased and inequitable. But if you’re thinking that employing big data can make it better, think again.
Creating a jury is a fraught process on many levels. First, there’s the task of…
19 March, 2014
Mike Barry, senior vice-president of research and development for the world’s largest independent legal software provider Aderant, said business intelligence was a big trend in law firms.
“So things like they want to look at the real-time financial health of the firm,” he said. “Now with business…
Publication: The Australian
17 February, 2014
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer said that “big data” will have a bigger impact than the Internet. Consider how the Internet completely changed our lives. It’s hard to imagine anything, let alone the vague concept of “big data,” having that type of impact.
Yet, if you have read any article…
Publication: Inside Counsel
4 February, 2014
Imagine you are an attorney. Your goal is to find the “smoking gun” that condemns or vindicates the defendants. Our technology-driven society currently creates as much data every two days as we did, in total, until 2003. The clock is ticking. How do you find relevant documents in time…
Publication: Information Management
2 January, 2014
The legal profession has undergone a lot of unpleasant changes since the Great Recession struck in 2008. New data-analysis technologies and a new approach to thinking about data could help firms operate leaner, meaner and better…