How To…Leverage AI Analytics To Boost Your IL State Court (1/14/21)
How To…Leverage AI Analytics to Boost Your Illinois State Court Litigation Strategy
Artificial Intelligence is a powerful tool that can help lawyers finely-tune their litigation strategy. This webinar will focus on how Illinois state court legal teams are using AI for judicial analytics and legal research. We will highlight the dockets, tentative rulings and filed case documents available to them. We will demonstrate how to cost-effectively maximize AI technology to gain insights into your, judges, your competitors, and your cases.
Topics will include:
How to Access Your Judge's Ruling History & Ruling Analytics
How to Draft Stronger Motions, Faster
How to Uncover Intelligence About Opposing Counsel
How to Utilize Multi-State Trial Court (docket & ruling) Searches
Discover how you can leverage Cook County, Illinois state court data to make more informed decisions about resource allocation, be more efficient, more proactive, and achieve better results for your clients. We encourage you to join this informative session to add value to your practice.
Nicole Clark is a business litigation and labor and employment attorney who has handled litigation in both state and federal courts. She has defended corporations and employers in complex class action and wage and hour disputes, as well as individual employment matters ranging from sexual harassment to wrongful termination. Additionally, Nicole is the CEO and co-founder of Trellis Research, a legal analytics platform that uses AI and machine learning to provide state trial court litigators with strategic legal intelligence and judicial analytics.
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