Law school can be thought of as a Harry Potter-style “sorting hat” for law students (as Dave Hoffman suggests). Similarly, the recent round of pay raises can be thought of as a sorting hat for law firms. Nathan Carlile has this excellent article in the current issue of the Legal Times: Call it a near […]
We must confess: we’ve never been huge fans of the bacon-lettuce-tomato sandwich. And we don’t like dogs. In America, these are felonies. But we’ve finally found a BLT we can enjoy. Say hello to The BLT: The Blog of the Legal Times! From Jim Oliphant’s inaugural post: Hey look, it’s a blog. Not exactly revolutionary […]
The revolutionary impact of data science and analytics in fields like sports and politics is well known, and every day there seems to be another “Moneyball for X” analogy. But what, if anything, does this mean for the legal world, and when will it happen? This is a story about the data revolution that is already transforming the law, reshaping who wins and who loses, and how its potential was foretold long ago.