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How Attorneys Can Use Legal Data for Business Development and Intelligence

Using legal data for business development and intelligence is no longer something reserved for BigLaw.

Josh Blandi - May 14, 2021
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Using Investigative Data Platforms for Smarter Document Discovery

Josh Taylor | Lawyer's Guide to Investigative Data, Part 2. When you know what you’re looking for, you also know what might be missing from a document production.

Josh Taylor - January 25, 2021
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A Crack in the Case: Legal Analytics and the Search for an Expert Witness

Product Spotlight | Trellis allows you to enter the litigation process with invaluable insights into how a specific expert witness is likely to testify and more.

Nicole Clark - January 24, 2021
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The Cord-Cutter’s Guide to Legal Research?

Book Review | New alternatives make cutting legal research costs an intriguing possibility. The new version of “Internet Legal Research on a Budget” is the single best resource I know for lawyers interested in exploring the option.

Jerry Lawson - August 24, 2020
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Benefits of Legal Analytics in COVID-19 Litigation

Nicole Clark, CEO of Trellis Research, explains how legal analytics give law firms a competitive advantage when handling COVID-19-related litigation.

Nicole Clark - July 30, 2020
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Gathering Data on Your Client

Josh Taylor | Lawyer's Guide to Investigative Data, Part 1: As a lawyer, it is your job to know what questions to ask and what advice to give your clients. How can you do that without facts and data?

Josh Taylor - July 23, 2020
Open Data Advocates Are Forging Improved Access to the Law

Open Data Advocates Are Forging Improved Access to the Law

Josh Blandi | Open law advocates are fighting to remove technical and financial barriers so that information is truly accessible to everyone.

Josh Blandi - June 15, 2020
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How Automation and AI Make Open Data Possible and Valuable for Lawyers

Josh Blandi explains what it takes to bring accessible legal data into the public sphere in a way that is organized, accessible and useful to lawyers.

Josh Blandi - May 7, 2020
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Strategic Trial Court Research for the Modern Litigator

Free Webinar May 13 | Join Attorney at Work and Trellis Law for a free webinar packed with research essentials. Plus, a Q&A and demo of Trellis' AI-powered research software.

Jared Correia - May 4, 2020
Why Does Open Data Matter and How Can It Increase Access to Justice?

Why Does Open Data Matter and How Can It Increase Access to Justice?

Josh Blandi | Much of the content that makes our justice system run — court cases, legislative materials, administrative summaries — is actually public information. While new technology is making it easier and less expensive for everyone to ...

Josh Blandi - April 7, 2020
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