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Dealing with data

For legal professionals, the ever-expanding landscape of data is a constant challenge. As new technologies, devices and communications channels emerge, data takes on more different forms, making processes like eDiscovery more complex. 

But, as data volumes have grown and developed, so too have the tools and technologies to manage them. The problem? Most legal professionals simply don’t know enough about these tools to unlock their potential. 

With that in mind, we thought it was time to create another handy Luddite’s guide for legal professionals looking to better understand legal tech and eDiscovery solutions. 

In this latest addition to the series, we’ll unpack everything there is to know about analytics tools. 

Lawyers have been slow to adopt analytics. As is true of most technologies in the legal space, those who would benefit most from analytics tools are often too busy to get to grips with them. 

It’s understandable. Not only is law one of the most time-consuming professions, but the world of legal tech moves and changes at an incredible pace. New extensions, add-ons and best practices are constantly emerging, with old versions being rendered obsolete as quickly as new updates are made. 

But the truth is that every legal professional — from independent firms to in-house counsel — can benefit from what analytics tools offer. The time you spend understanding analytics tools will save you time on your next eDiscovery project.