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Brief Analyzer 101

Venue

This is a virtual event, accessible online and over the phone. Access instructions will be provided after registration.

Description

Register now for our 30-minute Brief Analyzer 101 webinar on March 12 to learn how this new tool dramatically reduces the time spent analyzing legal briefs, identifying relevant authorities, and helping you prepare a credible response – all so you can focus on drafting a winning argument.

Led by David Kleiman, a former litigator and Bloomberg Law® product development expert, this 30-minute session will focus on how Brief Analyzer can help you start smarter and work faster with a step-by-step, detailed walkthrough highlighting key features, including:
• Enhance efficiency and speed up your research by viewing the brief and related analysis in a side-by-side comparison. Maximize your time by determining whether cited cases are still good law.
• Improve productivity with a seamless research experience. Brief Analyzer integrates practice tools such as Points of Law, Smart Code®, and Docket Key® into its analysis, and links to additional resources such as similar briefs and Practical Guidance. In addition, see how Brief Analyzer allows you to conduct focused keyword searches to display results relevant to the issues in the brief.
• Our resource also suggests relevant content not cited in the brief – including opinions relevant to each argument – so you can craft an effective rebuttal. Don’t just trust our AI – we go above and beyond by offering you detailed reasons for our suggested content.

Register now to see how Brief Analyzer helps you save time and put your best brief forward.

Presenter

David Kleiman
  • Senior Product Manager, Litigation
  • Bloomberg Law

David Kleiman is Senior Product Manager at Bloomberg Law, focused on delivering tools and analytics for litigation attorneys. He was previously a litigator at Arnold & Porter LLP and law clerk for a federal district court judge. David has written on the topic of demystifying AI for lawyers through supervised machine learning.