With increasing data, workloads, and client demands unlike ever before, it is even more critical to make sure you understand how legal technology can give your practice every advantage. In fact, half of law firms do not believe they project a distinct, compelling value that differentiates them from competitors. Don’t let that be you. Use big data and artificial intelligence to build your reputation as an innovator and positively impact your client’s view of your firm. With data-driven litigation analytics on judges, courts, attorneys, law firm, and case types – tailored to your needs – you can quickly assess the case to build the strongest litigation strategy and better manage client expectations.
In Big Results With Big Data, you will hear from the Chief Knowledge and Client Value Officer at Shearman & Sterling on how they are leveraging big data and litigation analytics to build a stronger case strategy for better management of client expectations. You will also get the inside scoop from a Product Developer at Thomson Reuters to see how they are doing big data differently to improve your practice.
- Learn how top law firms are advancing their practice with big data and litigation analytics
- Discover new legal technology to improve the efficiency of your practice
- Understand the new Litigation Analytics feature on Thomson Reuters Westlaw Edge
- Ask your questions to experts in legal practice and product development
Chief Knowledge and Client Value Officer
Shearman and Sterling LLP
Meredith is an attorney with more than 15 years of knowledge management experience at Baker Donelson in Memphis, Tennessee, where she served as Chief Knowledge Management Officer and as a Knowledge Management Attorney. A widely recognized presenter, author and blogger, she was named one of 2016’s top 10 women in legal technology by the American Bar Association and is the Immediate Past President of the Board of Directors for the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA).
In her current role, Meredith leads the firm’s knowledge management, legal project management and other teams that are focused on increasing efficiency and client value through improving access to data and information, streamlining process and technology.
Please note: this is a non-CLE session.
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