Firms told use of data can provide greater predictability, certainty

Every organization in law needs a data strategy, says Daniel Martin Katz.
Associate law professor Daniel Katz says mapping out processes can help law firms become better predictors of risks, outcomes, how much certain types of litigation will cost and how long certain matters will take. (Photo: Alex Robinson) 
The associate law professor at the Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago-Kent College of Law says law firms can be better predictors of their services if they capture and analyze their data.“We care about data because we want to be able to predict things,” Katz told the Emerging Legal Technology Forum …
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