Legal Orgs Plan to Invest More in Data Analytics: Study

Law Technology News reports on the results of a recent Huron Consulting Group Study, which reflects 68% of respondents as reporting that their organization’s investment in legal data analytics will increase in the next two years, with 64% stating that data analytics is currently being utilized in e-discovery and 33% reporting its use in litigation management. According to the article, the study also noted an increase in the prominence of information governance based upon the realization that traditional approaches to controlling information no longer work in an “age of explosive digital data growth.” The article reports that the challenges faced when trying to implement legal data analytics include obtaining the buy-in of senior level personnel, as well as data quality, implementation costs, data accessibility and the impact on the practice of law.

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