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There is no doubt that big data and analytics are vastly changing how lawyers conduct legal research and discovery, predict matter outcomes, select juries and draft contracts, reduce back-office costs and help land new clients. But for lawyers, who are bound by rules of legal ethics, the use of analytics has also raised ethical concerns related to issues such as confidentiality, communication, records and supervision, as well as questions surrounding privacy and security.

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