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StandoutD2 Legal Technology89926The legal consulting firm has combined legal, data and technology expertise to conduct a full assessment of over 50,000 Barclays legal master agreements stored in different locations. This project involved reviewing contract lifecycles and processes, as well as how data are stored, managed and shared. Data analytics can then be applied to help the bank's legal team interrogate the information it holds to better manage compliance and risk.
StandoutDWF89825A team of lawyers and data and other analysts has turned telematics data such as crash alerts, location and accelerometer measurements from motor incidents into evidence admissible in court.
StandoutJustis88824The JustisOne legal research platform indexes content from major legal databases. New data-mining and visualisation tools identify the most relevant cases, most cited paragraphs, and map precedent relationships.
Highly CommendedD2 Legal Technology88723The legal consulting firm has advised investment banks on data, new systems and strategies to manage legal opinions required under regulations governing capital reserve requirements. Such advice has helped these banks better utilise their legal data and save billions of dollars in required capital.
Highly CommendedHogan Lovells77822Worked with clients and academics to create a curriculum with a Paris university law school for a postgraduate data protection officer degree, combining law, management and technology skills. Commended: Winston Maxwell.
Highly CommendedDLA Piper68721A suite of tools, including an online self-assessment of risks to help clients prepare for the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, which comes into force next year.
Highly CommendedBaker McKenzie68721BMK Digital combines legal and technology expertise to help clients identify, map and analyse large sets of data for purposes such as forensic investigations, tax compliance, and adjusting of insurance cover.
CommendedGowling WLG77620Tools from cognitive neuroscience such as principles of visual cognition have been applied to make the firm's marketing and news updates more relevant and accessible to clients.
CommendedFreshfields Bruckhaus Deringer67720The firm has worked to provide more predictable costs for clients on large projects such as mergers and acquisitions through detailed statistical analysis and mathematical modelling of the routine legal tasks involved.
CommendedHogan Lovells67619A free app creates a guide to help clients set priorities to begin the process of compliance with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation
CommendedGómez-Acebo & Pombo67619The firm is investing in understanding the evolving challenges of its clients and developing new ways to assist them with legal department management issues through a new forum.
CommendedBerwin Leighton Paisner67619A series of roundtables led by the firm's process and technology experts are used to share operational expertise with in-house lawyers.
CommendedPLMJ57618An internal taskforce and 35 external specialists from the military, science, judiciary and academia are working together to anticipate trends in technology and the law and to develop new tools using robotics and artificial intelligence.
CommendedMacfarlanes56718The firm has rolled out technology used outside the legal sector to standardise and automate the way knowledge and expertise is categorised and managed.
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