Imagine you could make a data-driven prediction about how opposing counsel, a judge or a party to litigation will behave. What if you could anticipate the results of a specific legal strategy or argument? Would you continue relying exclusively on traditional legal research or firm know-how and reasoning to inform the advice you give clients, the documents you draft, the negotiations you conduct and the arguments you make? Or would you integrate legal analytics into your lawyering by practicing Moneyball for lawyers?
- Learn about external tools that can be used to predict the likely outcome of winning a case