LexisNexis Talks Analytics, AI, and the Future of Data-Driven Law at Legalweek New York
Company to Reveal the Results of the Third Annual LexisNexis Legal Analytics Survey While Conducting Roundtable Discussions With Leaders From Microsoft, Amazon, DHL and More
LexisNexis® Legal & Professional, a leading global provider of information and analytics, will gather innovators from the technology and legal industries to discuss developments in artificial intelligence (AI), legal analytics, and data-driven practices during Legalweek New York, the legal industry’s preeminent technology conference and expo (Feb. 4-6; New York Hilton Midtown; Booth #2100).
At the event, LexisNexis will reveal insights and trends from its third annual Legal Analytics Survey conducted in partnership with ALM Intelligence on the impact of legal analytics, including adoption rates, the importance of access to legal analytics, and the value it brings to the practice of law.
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The survey coincides with the 10th anniversary of the commercial launch of Lex Machina’s Legal Analytics. At Legalweek, Lex Machina executives will discuss the genesis and evolution of the technology, and how it has changed both the business and practice of law, as they unveil the first of Lex Machina’s new State Law modules.
On the Software Solutions side, executives will discuss how law firms and in-house counsel can use data-driven insights to manage and grow the business, and will showcase CounselLink FastTrack, an innovative vendor and financial management solution powered by capital solutions provider, LSQ.
The LexisNexis booth will showcase a variety of advanced legal research and analytics applications, including: Lexis Advance, Lexis Analytics, Context Company Analytics, Lex Machina’s Legal Analytics, Lexis Search Advantage, CounselLink, InterAction and Juris.
In addition, LexisNexis and Lex Machina executives will be joined by leaders from Microsoft, Amazon, DHL, Tata Consultancy Services, Casepoint, Knowable, Baker McKenzie, DLA Piper, Ogletree Deakins, O’Melveny & Myers, Winston & Strawn, Jackson Lewis, Jones Day and other firms for a variety of roundtables, podcasts, webcasts and workshops.
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