Editor’s Note: This article first appeared in the February print editions of Corporate Counsel and The American Lawyer.

Data scientists they are not, but today’s lawyers are getting less different from their tech counterparts by the day. The past few years has seen more corporate legal departments leveraging data to evaluate their outside counsel—powered, in no small part, by data management platforms and even artificial intelligence-powered analytics tools.

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