With 20 law offices across the globe, Sidley Austin LLP devotes more than 140,000 hours per year in pro bono work to improve the lives of people around the world. It trusts OpenText™ technology to deliver timely, and necessary, legal advice.
As usual, legal cases hinge on finding useful evidence and information quickly. Instead of slow, manual processes, Sidley lawyers depend on OpenText analytics and machine learning to speed the e-discovery process. As a result, saved time, money and resources can flow back into charitable services.
Along with helping to provide help to refugees and hope for long-term inmates, Sidley aims to protect and defend the constitutional rights and civil liberties of all people, especially the most vulnerable.
“As a firm and as lawyers we have a responsibility to use our talents to provide advocacy and justice to those in need,” said Partner Robert Keeling who also serves as co-chair of Sidley’s E-Discovery Task Force.
To learn more about technology serving as an enabling resource in the pursuit of justice, check out this video.