15 Minutes Might Save You 15% On Insurance, But It Can Also Give You A Critical Analytics Benchmark

In response to feedback from our community, we just opened our benchmarking survey on the use of data analytics to non-attorneys working at or supporting in-house legal departments. If you haven’t taken the survey yet or were previously blocked by the survey please take 15 minutes to complete it, today.

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While there has been huge movement towards advanced analytics in many industries, it is unclear how widely analytics are used by in-house legal departments. Recent advances in analytics could significantly advance the practice of law, but frankly, we do not know whether – or how – legal departments are using analytics. This survey is designed to help the Coalition of Technology Resources for Lawyers (CTRL), IGI, and you, paint a clearer picture.

If you play any role related to the use of analytics by an in-house legal department, we want to hear from you. This includes lawyers, non-lawyers, paralegals, IT staff, analytics experts, and other professionals who work within or support a legal department.

Your participation will help us build a benchmark that you can use as you advance your use of analytics.

If you play any of these roles inside a law firm, look for future surveys focused on your use of analytics. At this time we are focused only on analytics use by in-house legal departments.

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About This Research
CTRL is an industry education and research group committed to the development of practical and proactive guidance for lawyers as they attempt to leverage various technologies in their practice. The IGI is conducting this research on behalf of CTRL.

“Part of the challenge CTRL is trying to solve is the consumption gap between the availability of existing technologies and practitioner adoption – which is definitely a challenge for the legal profession that isn’t renowned for being early adopters. That said, advanced analytics, big data initiatives and machine learning applications are impacting every business sector, and the focal point of this innovative survey is to see how far along adoption was for a range of legal use cases,” according to Dean Gonsowski, President/Founder of CTRL.

The CTRL survey is the first annual version and will provide a baseline that can be used to measure increases in adoption rates over time. If you are an attorney working in an “in-house” role (e.g. at a private, non-profit, governmental, educational, or other entity), please take the survey today. Your input is important. The survey should take less than 15 minutes.