Legal Analytics represents a paradigm shift for lawyers.
For the first time, lawyers can combine insights gleaned from bottom-up data with traditional top-down controlling authority found in statutes, rules, and court opinions. It’s new, it’s unorthodox and it’s extremely valuable. But Legal Analytics also brings lawyering back to its roots. It provides lawyers with facts on which to base opinions – the core element of good lawyering. Objective data replaces subjective “anec-data.” Enter Lex Machina.
Take a look at this interview with Robert Ambrogi, author of the Media Law blog and cohost of the legal affairs podcast Lawyer2Lawyer, discusses artificial intelligence and the impact on the legal and bankruptcy sectors with Owen Byrd, Chief Evangelist & General Counsel at Lex Machina.