LexisNexis® Integrates Lex Machina™ Legal Analytics into Lexis Advance Online Legal Information Solution

LexisNexis® Integrates Lex Machina™ Legal Analytics into Lexis Advance Online Legal Information Solution

Delivery of new data-driven decision-insights marks the beginning of the deep integration of analytics capabilities into Lexis Advance®.

LexisNexis® today announced it has integrated direct access to the award-winning Lex Machina™ Legal Analytics® platform into its flagship online legal information solution Lexis Advance®—empowering legal professionals to find the judicial information they need to make strategic, data-driven decisions, anticipate behaviors and illuminate probable case outcomes.

“As the amount of legal data being generated increases, the need for advanced analytics in the legal industry has never been greater,” said Jeff Pfeifer, Vice President of Product Management for North American Research Solutions at LexisNexis. “The integration of Lex Machina Legal Analytics judge summaries within Lexis Advance is our latest effort to incorporate more analytic capabilities into our online research solution—providing legal professionals with the tools needed to dive deeper into specific judges, gain critical insights and better understand the decisions that affected the outcome of those cases.”

With this integration, judge summaries from Lex Machina are now accessible directly within full-text case law for all Lexis Advance users. By selecting active links on judge names, users seamlessly access Lex Machina summary charts, graphs and information, as well as judicial tendencies in patent, trademark, copyright, antitrust and securities cases. Users with a subscription to Lex Machina can drill further into a wealth of analytics to uncover vital intelligence for making critical decisions about litigation. Further integration of Lex Machina analytics—including attorney and law firm summaries—are planned for later this year.

Read the press release >>