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  ‘Link Round-Up’ gives you a glimpse into the articles that got the most airtime around the Loom Analytics water cooler this week. Published every Friday, article topics include access to justice, big data, legal technology, and what’s happening in the Canadian legal landscape. Last week we covered the International Legal Tech Association conference fairly extensively, but it seems there is still more coming out of the woodwork. For instance, according to a Lawyerist article
  ‘Link Round-Up’ gives you a glimpse into the articles that got the most airtime around the Loom Analytics water cooler this week. Published every Friday, article topics include access to justice, big data, legal technology, and what’s happening in the Canadian legal landscape. The International Legal Technology Association Conference took place this week at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. This massive 4-day event covered some meaningful conversations in the area
  March 21, 2017 — Loom Analytics is proud to announce a partnership with Gowling WLG to bring the science of data driven insights to the art of law. Gowling WLG is embarking on a pilot project to introduce Loom’s legal analytics system into their operations. “As we strive to serve clients better, Gowling WLG is increasingly looking to sophisticated new technologies to complement the expertise and experience of our professionals,” said Mark Tamminga, Gowling

Link Round-Up: August 11, 2017

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  ‘Link Round-Up’ gives you a glimpse into the articles that got the most airtime around the Loom Analytics water cooler this week. Published every Friday, article topics include access to justice, big data, legal technology, and what’s happening in the Canadian legal landscape. The Prime Minister’s Office has been inundated with an “unprecedented” amount of negative feedback regarding Bill C-23, the controversial cross-border agreement with the United States which would, amongst other things, allow
We’re very excited to announce that as of today, Loom now provides civil (tort and contract law) coverage for the British Columbia Court of Appeal and the Alberta Court of Appeal. Our B.C. Court of Appeal civil coverage currently goes back to 2014, and our Alberta Court of Appeal coverage goes back to 2015. Both datasets are up-to-date, and newly published decisions from both courts will be added to our database every week. The plan