With big data poised to shake up the legal industry, Georgia State University College of Law is getting into the data analytics business.

GSU Law has launched a Legal Analytics Lab to apply big data to law—unearthing patterns in civil litigation, patent filings and corporate compliance disclosures to shed light on legal questions and predict future outcomes in ways that earlier generations of lawyers could not have imagined.

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