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William Webber, author of the research blog IREvalEtAl, conducted a study to see how well high school seniors stacked up to legally trained document assessors. Statistically speaking, they are remarkably similar in productivity and efficiency says Webber. To read about the experiment and the detailed results, go to http://blog.codalism.com/?p=1609
Kingsley Martin, a former tax attorney turned legal software designer, has taken a new approach to analyzing contracts. Martin’s software program, Kiiac (knowledge, information, innovation and consulting), analyzes hundreds of contracts per minute to help lawyers make sure their writing will stand up to future legal challenges. To read more about the software and its applications for lawyers, go to http://www.abajournal.com/legalrebels/article/kingsley_martin_a_better_benchmark/