While academic legal technology projects have favored open source initiatives, the legal technology industry itself has shied from open sourcing its own technology.

Knowledge management and legal analytics company LexPredict, though, recently opted to make the core platform behind its contract and document analytics platform ContraxSuite open source. The team announced the decision in a blog post published July 3, explaining that it is intended to help legal teams “cover the extra mile” in tailoring their analytics technology to specific workflows.

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