So after reading Moneyball, and talking nonstop about how to use analytics in law practice, it’s time to put up or shut up. I know it has been a while since I posted and for that I am sorry. But I actually have a good reason – I’ve been working. Hard. Not just in law practice, but also in developing a system of predictive analytics for law. I’m starting small in the criminal and traffic space. I’ll give more details in a later post but suffice it to say with even the small sample size I am seeing a great deal of patterns in the outcomes of cases relative to the charges, whether the person has an attorney, whether a case typically gets reduced, and several other outcomes that are worth noting. So enough talk. Time to get back to work.