Branches and leaves
As the benefits of a standardised legal data management solution become ever more apparent, Christopher Ruane surveys the current state of legal information management and retrieval and sums up the case for a dedicated legal taxonomy
IT consultant Neil Cameron, addressing a recent conference on legal portals, enthusiastically advocated a firm-wide taxonomy-based approach to portal implementation. The question many legal IT professionals are asking is “Which taxonomy?” Should they design their own taxonomy from scratch, or should they base it on an off-the-shelf solution?
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