Legal Data and Information in Practice provides readers with an understanding of how to facilitate the acquisition, management, and use of legal data in organizations such as libraries, courts, governments, universities, and start-ups.
- Legal Data Overview
- Sources of Data
- Data Formats
- Data Analysis Techniques
- Interpreting Legal Data
- Issues with Using Legal Data
- Artificial Intelligence
- The Law and Politics of Legal Data
- Vision for the Future
Sarah A. Sutherland
Sarah is a writer, speaker, and executive in legal technology, information, and publishing. She uses legal information and technological solutions in ways that leverage emerging opportunities to build useful tools and improve the ways people work.
Her book Legal Data and Information in Practice: How Data and the Law Interact was published by Routledge in 2022.
BLOGS & ARTICLES
Someone on LinkedIn Sold Me These Magic Beans: Generative AI and Legal Research
The hype around generative AI and legal research continues, and it seems everyone has an opinion. There are concerns about use of AI in practice, but there is less clarity about how to approach finding sustainable solutions. It is however apparent that we need to consider the risks associated with using these systems, especially those … Continued
Can the chatbot write my factum? The future of legal research
Sarah gave a a talk titled “Can the chatbot write my factum? The future of legal research” at the CLEBC event on October 17 2023. Here’s the session description: Increasingly, the practice of law is influenced in various ways by technology and AI. The rise of data and the way it is managed by technology … Continued