Mar 01, 2018 ACC DocketVolume 36
, Number 2
, Page 24-31
By Allison Trimble, Edward T. Paulis III, and Tariq Abdullah
It may surprise you to learn that while other professions leverage data analytics to support their day-to-day functions, only a little over half of legal professionals have considered automating work processes using big data. To encourage progress within the legal department, in-house counsel should explore new and unconventional ways to capture and analyze data — paving the way for future success.
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