Experts say many legal departments aren’t good at harnessing the power of data, a shortcoming they say general counsel no longer can overlook if they want to achieve their goal of being a trusted adviser to the rest of the business.

“As if in-house legal departments needed another problem—explosion of technology and data only adds to their list of anxieties,” said Jason Winmill, managing partner of the legal consulting firm Argopoint.

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