As more law firms and corporate legal departments use analytics to mine data and extract usable insights, many misconceptions have emerged about what analytics can do, how the technology might be used in the future and the consequences for the legal community.

To fully leverage the benefits of analytics, it’s important to have an accurate grasp of the landscape. Here, then, are five common myths surrounding legal analytics — and the truth behind them, according to leading experts.

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