Lies, damn lies and metrics - lawyers' unhappy relationship with data
When we all know that metrics are so widely used by others, why do lawyers remain suspicious of them?
The word ‘metrics’ is so commonly used in modern business life that nobody thinks they need a definition of the term. It hardly occurred to me to look it up before starting this blog. But we probably ought to, because there’s a fair bit of groupthink on this topic.
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