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Law firms aren't the only ones who stand to gain from Big Data. Clients can also benefit from the various advantages offered by the use of Big Data in the legal industry.
Fremont, CA: Technology's pervasiveness and widespread use of digital tools, gadgets, and solutions have left their imprint on all industries and sectors. Even industries that were previously resistant to change and were slower to incorporate technology into their operations are now moving in this direction, with the legal field serving as an example.
We've come to think of legal services as stuck in the past – for years, lawyers, law firms, and other legal professionals have relied on the same methods and strategies to provide the services their clients require. But, as the world becomes more digitalized, they've come to accept some of these innovations, with Big Data at the forefront of the digital transformation.
let’s take a look at the impact of Big Data on the legal industry and the use cases evolving from it.
Law firms aren't the only ones who stand to gain from Big Data. Clients can also benefit from the various advantages offered by the use of Big Data in the legal industry. For instance, the numerous tools and apps available to help clients compare and evaluate different law firms and the services they provide have simplified the search for legal services. Likewise, people in the UK can use various apps to calculate compensation for scar injuries or they can benefit from personalised services.
Presenting Evidence in the Courtroom
Big Data has enabled access to a vast array of information from a wide range of sources. This alters not only the process of gathering evidence and presenting it in court, but also the types of evidence that can be used. As the amount of data collected through tech tools from the online environment grows, the litigation landscape is bound to change dramatically.