Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Ravel Launches Law Firm Analytics: Offers Law Firm Rankings, Competitive Intelligence and Knowledge Management

Today Ravel Law is launching Law Firm Analytics which  is putting them squarely into the competitive intelligence and law firm performance based litigation rankings business. T

Law Firm Analytics aggregates all of a  firm’s cases  and offers  tracking, searchability, and analysis by practice area, court, judge, time period, and motion. An associate can analyze their firm's winning cases and also access winning arguments. Firm Analytics also provides a new Ravel framework for integrating with firms’ internal document management systems, and provide results which combine of public and private content in a seamless research experience.

Firm Analytics provides rankings of firms across key variables including practice area, case volume, venue experience, and motion win rates. These leaderboards allow comparisons across substantive performance metrics, a significant innovation to traditional revenue and size rankings. As part of this launch, we are releasing rankings of the top five law firms across employment, securities, antitrust, administrative law, and bankruptcy (more below).

      Understand a firm’s litigation history by case type, venue, motion win rate, and judge
      Rank and compare firms by their case volume and motion win rate across 30+ practice areas and specific venues
      Create custom comparisons and reports using an array of variables


Ravel Law Firm Analytics

Knowledge Management
Lewis indicated that one ALM 100 law firm  has integrated Ravel with documents from their DMS. This allows lawyers to simultaneously search both internal and external documents. They are now referring to this as a Knowledge Management Framework with they can develop as a custom solution for law firms.

Law Firms Love Rankings: Ravel Co-Founder Daniel Lewis points out that success rates in litigation are probably the better measure of a law firm value rather than profits per partner.

Rankings of Firms by Case Volumes Since 2014
Ravel’s data is created by mining millions of federal and state cases, across 30+ practice areas and 400+ top US firms. These rankings are based on activity since 2014.

Employment
Littler Mendelson
Jackson Lewis
Ogletree Deakins
Seyfarth Shaw
Morgan Lewis & Bockius

Securities
Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd
Weil, Gotshal & Manges
Gibson Dunn
Paul, Weiss
Latham & Watkins

Antitrust
Jones Day
Kirkland & Ellis
Latham & Watkins
Skadden
Morgan Lewis & Bockius; Gibson Dunn (tied)

Administrative Law
Gibson Dunn
Perkins Coie
Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer
Jones Day
Sidley Austin

Bankruptcy
Kirkland & Ellis
Locke Lord
Quinn Emanuel
Bryan Cave; Jones Day (tied)
Akin Gump


 Link to the Press Release here


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