LexisNexis wins 2019 NC Tech Award in AI category

Posted on 11-22-2019 by
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LexisNexis is proud to have won a 2019 NC Tech Award in the Artificial Intelligence category! A lot of hard work has gone into Context, our award-winning legal language analytics solution, and we're very excited that effort has again been recognized. Learn a little bit more about Context -- what it does and what went into making it a world-class analytics solution:

What is Context?

Context is a powerful, AI-driven solution that delivers insights on judges and expert witnesses to help attorneys best prepare, present and argue their case. Context analyzes tens of millions of court documents (one of the largest collections in the legal research industry) and extracts key information to arm lawyers with contextual knowledge about a judge or expert witness to craft better litigation strategies. Context reveals how a judge has ruled on 100 types of motions and the judges, cases, and texts the judge most commonly relied on in those rulings. Thus, a lawyer can craft their motion with the precise language the judge relies on when weighing points of law. That's a powerful tool.

To learn more about Context For Judges, click here.

Language-based Insights on Expert Witnesses

Context for Expert Witnesses also gives you hardest-to-find facts so you can protect your witness in a Daubert challenge and undercut an opposing expert’s credibility.

Only Context for Expert Witnesses uses technology to pinpoint why judges admitted or excluded an expert’s testimony, so you can know in advance how to select the right expert, defend their testimony or impeach opposing counsel’s expert. 

To learn more about Context for Expert Witnesses, click here.

Set Up Your Case For Success

Whether you’re a plaintiff determining where to file your case or defense counsel considering a transfer of venue, Context for Courts quickly shows how many cases like yours have been tried in a court and how the court ruled so you can build your best arguments using language proven to persuade your court. See how many cases like yours have been tried in a specific court—review how the court ruled on those cases and why. Craft your argument to local precedent—identify the most persuasive language and avoid arguments your court disfavors.

With Context for Courts, your analytical advantage begins before you even file your case. Learn more about Context for Courts here.

What are others saying about Context?

See what some of the biggest names in legaltech media had to say when we launched Context: 

https://abovethelaw.com/2019/01/the-key-to-crafting-a-winning-argument-context-2/

https://www.lawsitesblog.com/2018/11/context-launching-today-lexisnexis-applies-unique-analytics-judges-expert-witnesses.html

https://www.law.com/legaltechnews/2019/02/05/review-analyzing-judicial-behavior-through-context-on-lexis-advance/

https://www.artificiallawyer.com/2018/11/29/lexisnexis-launches-ai-ravel-powered-context-analytics-system/

https://www.legaltechnology.com/latest-news/lexisnexis-launches-well-trailed-judge-and-expert-witness-analytics-solution-context/

Context was developed at the LexisNexis Raleigh Technology Center, where a team of data scientists, computational linguists, advanced engineering and product management professionals are developing various AI products for lawyers.

LexisNexis is investing in its people to develop AI and advanced technology skills through our “Advance U” proprietary curriculum. Employees develop new AI skills by participating in more than 15 tech courses including Machine Learning and/or Natural Language Processing, data science, cloud computing, data visualization, computing languages and more. These classes were developed in conjunction with NC State University Computer Science Department. By the end of 2018, 55 percent of our global technology team possessed AI, Machine Learning and/or Natural Language Processing skills.

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