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What is Legal Analytics?
Lex Machina mines litigation data, revealing insights never before available about judges, lawyers, parties, and the subjects of the cases themselves, culled from millions of pages of litigation information. We call these insights Legal Analytics®, because analytics involves the discovery and communication of meaningful patterns in data.
In The News
- Law Technology Today: What is Legal Analytics, and How is it Relevant to the Practice of Commercial Law?
- San Francisco Chronicle: ‘Moneyball’ Legal Analytics Helps Lawyers Assess Judges
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