Webinar Invite: Boosting Your New York State Trial Court Wins with Legal Analytics — Join us on August 11 💪

Stoked to present a #MCLE to the New York County Lawyers Association next Thursday, August 11, on Boosting Your New York State Trial Court Wins with Legal Analytics!

If you practice in the Big Apple you won’t want to miss this.  We’ll cover how to leverage New York state trial court — and verdict — data to be more efficient, more proactive and achieve better results for your clients. Get the inside scoop on your judge, competitive counsel, prospects and clients with legal analytics.  Be your firm’s super hero. 🦸

1 NY Credit: 1 Ethics; Transitional and Non-transitional; 1 NJ Credits: 1 Ethics

Save your spot today: https://bit.ly/3zTWxLN

Legal Analytics: Its Perils and its Promises

It is no secret that legal analytics is changing the everyday practices of litigators. In recent years, dozens of commentators have published their own predictions on the ways in which technology will transform, disrupt, or revolutionize the legal industry. Even the American Bar Association has followed suit, modifying a lawyer’s duty of competence to include knowledge of substantive law as well as “the benefits and risks associated with relevant technology.”

Legal analytics is not new. For hundreds of years, litigators have capitalized on the advantages of evidence-based decision making. This is, in fact, largely how the law works. Litigators serve their clients by using their legal reasoning skills to apply specific facts to particular laws. They do this by collecting evidence and by identifying the relevant statutes, cases, or rules that may support their case. For many years, this was a tedious and laborious process. However, recent innovations in legal technologies have expanded the depth and the breadth of legal research, allowing litigators to quickly mine, parse, synthesize, and utilize large bodies of public and private records.

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Nicole Clark CEO of Trellis Legal Intelligence Returns

If you haven’t heard of Trellis Legal Intelligence, Trellis.Law for short, we recommend you start paying attention. This legaltech startup is on fire! With more than $6M in funding and famed board member and venture capitalist, David O. Sacks on board, we’re expecting continued explosive growth for this company.

If you want to experience the most powerful legal research and analytics platform designed specifically for state court practitioners, we recommend you give this software a try. There are dozens of other platforms focused on federal practice, but we know of no other companies focused where most lawyers practice… State court!

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