Litigation Analytics: Helping Litigators Win (Thomson Reuters Partner Webinar)
Includes a Live Event on 06/24/2021 at 11:00 AM (CDT)
We’ve all heard about analytics recently, but why are analytics essential to a legal practice? Analytics provide quantifiable data to support and supplement your experience in strategizing case decisions, managing client expectations, accelerating client service, and optimizing legal research. We will share why Litigation Analytics on Westlaw Edge delivers the highest quality, comprehensive source material and the experienced editorial oversight you have come to rely on from Westlaw. The most recent enhancements will be highlighted. We welcome your questions!
- Rachel Beithon, Thomson Reuters
- Jane Lippmann, Thomson Reuters
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Rachel Beithon, Thomson Reuters
Rachel Beithon is a Minnesota licensed attorney, starting with Thomson Reuters in 2011 as a Reference Attorney. In that role she trained extensively in AI, big data, and analytics capabilities in legal technology while supporting the legal research needs of Westlaw users. As part of the product management team for Litigation Analytics on Westlaw Edge, she brings in-depth knowledge, a unique perspective, and insight into the needs and expectations of legal professionals. She has led a number of successful projects as a product developer and regularly partners on AI and machine learning enhancements to support users’ legal research and litigation planning needs.
Jane Lippmann, Thomson Reuters
Jane Lippmann is an Information Management Advisor with Thomson Reuters, working with librarians in several states, including those in the Upper Midwest, West, and West Coast. Prior to joining this team in early 2020, Jane held a variety of roles at Thomson Reuters over a 29-year career. These roles included training, product development, sales and client management. She holds a BS degree from Marquette University and a JD from the University of Michigan. She is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Library Science at the University of Wisconsin—Milwaukee.