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December 29, 2016

After my first experience of Legal practice at my Alma Marta’s Law Clinic, I came to the jarring conclusion that there was something terribly wrong with contemporary Legal Practice. Even its very finite features; the feint scent of deteriorating Case Files, the atmosph...

December 28, 2016

LQS creates a seamless synergy between the advanced concepts of Data Science with some of the traditional concepts of Legal Practice and Theory.  The underlying philosophy behind our Technology is that everything, even something as abstract as Law, can be distilled int...

December 27, 2016

Workflow 1:

Quantifying Precedent:

The “Quantify New Case” function is one of the most important tools on LQS, without this tool few others on the Platform would work.   The purpose of this tool is two-fold, to Mine Data from Case law, and to quantify the decisions of Co...

December 26, 2016

Workflow 2:

Building Permutations:

To best explain what Permutations are in the context of the LQS Environment, it is better to first define what Constructs are. Constructs can best be described as Quantum Particles of Law, they are the fragments that form the elements o...

December 25, 2016

Workflow 3:

Quantum Metrics:

In simple terms, Quantum Metrics are a math-based metric conversion system for raw legal data, aimed at facilitating Machine Learning. The system seeks to quantify legal facts and permutations and express them as mathematically coherent numer...

December 23, 2016

Workflow 4:


Indices are a crystallized set of elements that are given to legal facts and permutations as aesthetic or superficial values. It is a representative weighting scheme that summarily encapsulates the consequences (both negative and positive) of legal...

December 21, 2016

Workflow 5:


The Statistics interface is a Statistical account of cumulative Data from the most current Permutations, Indices and Case Data. The Statistical methods are highly customized, with specialized computations of LQS’ key methodologies.

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December 20, 2016