Using Analytics to Gain Invaluable Insights on Judges and Expert Witnesses
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Date Recorded: Wednesday, April 17th, 2019
Will your expert survive a Daubert challenge?
How likely is your Judge to grant a motion to dismiss?
Join Nik Reed the co-founder of Ravel Law for a practical look at how analytics and big data work together to give you actionable insights on judges and expert witnesses. Nik will dive into Context on Lexis Advance® and walk through a case scenario for step-by-step direction on how to use analytics to save you valuable time and derive the most accurate information on judges and expert witnesses.
This webcast will show you how to build a persuasive argument by:
- Using language that resonates with your judge
- Citing cases your judge relies on
- Overcome the challenges of sourcing the expert witness vital to proving your case
- Discredit the opposing counsel’s expert witnesses
|Nik Reed | Co-Founder and COO | Ravel Law
Nik Reed is the co-founder and COO of Ravel Law, a legal research and analytics platform acquired by LexisNexis in 2017. While at Stanford, he co-founded Ravel, as a joint research project between the law school, the design school, and the computer science department, with the goal of using modern AI-based tools to help attorneys better perform legal research.
Prior to Ravel, Nik worked in management consulting where he focused on international mergers and acquisitions in the technology industry. Nik started his career at Merrill Lynch during the late 1990s internet bubble, as an intern for Henry Blodget. Nik has a JD from Stanford Law School, an MS in Management from Hautes Etudes Commerciales Paris and a BA in Political Economy from Stanford. In 2013, Nik was recognized as a French-American Young Leader by the French-American Foundation. He is a published author, has worked with state legislators to create and pass a law based on his academic research.