Trellis Blog - Legal Analytics

Using Data To Help You File Better Motions

May 7, 2019 11:56:00 AM / by Tony Depa posted in legal analytics, research, judge bios, judge analysis, state law

 
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The Federal Judiciary Made $146M+ Off of PACER… a Website that’s Supposed to be Open to the Public

Feb 25, 2019 7:00:16 AM / by Jennifer posted in california, law, research, decisions, federal, lawyers, PACER

President Trump’s national emergency to build the wall isn’t the only wall we’re alarmed about these days. While the rest of the world accelerates toward innovation and increasing levels of openness, transparency, and access to information, the federal judiciary’s electronic records system is hidden behind a paywall. And it’s an exorbitant one at that.
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Legal Analytics: California's Law Enforcement Officer Misconduct Litigation

Feb 5, 2019 8:00:54 AM / by nickrishwain posted in prison, legal analytics, litigation, research

Over the past ten years, we've been bombarded with news of law enforcement officer and police officer misconduct.  And it seems, it may be getting worse.
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Search first

Dec 5, 2018 11:11:39 AM / by davidtrellis posted in research, search, judge bios, rulings

The internet has trained us to search for things. Whether it be food, news, reservations -- or your opposing counsel win-streak -- we are constantly searching. Search is so powerful that it guesses what you are about to type just with the few letters you entered. The data from other people searching informs what you will likely be looking for.
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