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 14 Apr, 2017

Law Metrics: Find Your MVPs

The NBA Finals are just around the corner, and fans are already arguing over who will be named this season’s Most Valuable Player. Will Stephen Curry pull off a third-consecutive MVP (something only three players — Larry Bird, Wilt Chamberlain, and Bill Russell — have ever done before)? Or will the award go to James […]

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 31 Mar, 2017

Class Action Spotlight: Prison Labor

In 2014, prisoners at the Aurora Detention Facility sued the company locking them up. These plaintiffs, immigrants who were imprisoned by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), claimed that the Denver-based private detention center violated the Trafficking Victims Protection Act by forcing them to do custodial labor “without compensation and under threat of solitary confinement.” Even […]

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 10 Mar, 2017

Metrics 101: Net Promoter Score

How to Get Your Net Promoter Score Analyze Your Success with One Beautiful Number   Earlier this month, Nathan made the case that attorneys should jump into the world of metrics, and start analyzing Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).   If you’re new to KPIs, you should start with a simple one. Fortunately, one of the […]

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 02 Mar, 2017

An Intro to Law Firm Analytics

Data Analysis for the Everyday Attorney You don’t need to be a data analytics geek to harness the power of Key Performance Indicators: you just need a few tools. —– A techie friend once argued that the difference between lawyers and computer programmers could be explained by the difference between ‘nerds’ and ‘geeks.’ Both types […]

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 17 Feb, 2017

IoT and the next Legal Revolution

In 1986, British police asked a molecular biologist to help them out. They were investigating two brutal rape-murders in the English midlands and a 17-year-old boy with mental disabilities had confessed. But the confession didn’t quite match up to facts. Fearing they were hounding down the wrong person, the police wanted the biologist to use […]

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