Although predictive analytics may be difficult to master, it’s a tool that can greatly improve litigation results.

There’s no question that Big Data analytics are dramatically changing the practice of law. Legal technologists are creating “computational law” tools that can process traditional legal tasks in minutes, not hours. Examples include LexMachina, which mines information about judges, lawyers and patents in intellectual property litigation, and Beagle, which diagnoses errors and friction points in lengthy contracts.

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