As a company founded by lawyers, we developed Judge Analytics to answer questions we and our peers had in practice: What factors do judges consider in making a ruling? How do they rule on particular motion types, and why? What language influences judges and what cases do they consider the most persuasive? In short, we created Judge Analytics to deliver those insights with hard data.
The terrific response that we’ve received since launching Judge Analytics (and our latest enhancements) has proven that we are not alone in seeking objective, data-driven information for legal strategy and research. We’re honored that the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL) has recognized us with its New Product of the Year Award for 2016. We understand that the awards committee undertook a rigorous process to evaluate our platform and that this honor is not bestowed every year.
Our team worked extremely hard to imagine and create Judge Analytics, but we also received deep support from our customers and users who worked side by side with our engineers and designers to provide feedback and insights along the way. Special thanks in particular to Jean O’Grady and DLA Piper; Rachelle Rennagel and White & Case; Cooley; Patterson Belknap; Bartlit Beck; and Simpson Thacher. We’re excited to continue building tools that can transform how lawyers understand the law and prepare for litigation. Thanks for your support!