LEGALTECH HUB CONTENTS/JUDICIAL ANALYTICS - LANDSCAPE OVERVIEW
Judicial Analytics - Landscape Overview
Published on Tue, January 17 byMarlene Gebauer

The category of judicial analytics has a few major players, with more coming into play.  Lex Machina, the granddaddy of judicial analytics began with patent and trademark analytics and moved into federal, bankruptcy, appeals and states. Others such as Thomson Reuters Litigation Monitor followed. The focus for several years was on developing analytics for federal courts, with Courtlink being one exception. Lex Machina, Gavelytics and Docket Alarm began exploring state coverage. Acquisitions have played a role in shaping the judicial analytics landscape, in particular, Lexis’ acquisition of Lex Machina and FastCase’s acquisition of Docket Alarm.  More recently, Westlaw Edge has come out with a comprehensive platform and substantial state court coverage and new player Trellis has made a significant impact into state court coverage. 

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Marlene Gebauer

LTH Expert Mayer Brown LLP

Marlene Gebauer is the Assistant Director of Innovation-Americas at Mayer Brown, LLP. Previously a successful practicing lawyer, Marlene transitioned into a legal innovation professional and over the course of her career has had roles in analytics, research, knowledge management, litigation support, docketing, outreach and education, data governance, procurement and licensing. She is an innovation leader, focusing on identifying and delivering solutions that are key to the business success of clients and attorneys. 

Marlene is the co-host of the award-winning podcast, The Geek in Review, an ABA Women of Legal Tech recipient and FastCase 50 recipient. Marlene received her BA from Syracuse University, her MLIS from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, and her JD from Case Western University School of Law. You can follow and connect with her at http://www.linkedin.com/in/marlenegebauer and @gebauerm. 

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