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Why lawyers need taxonomies - adventures in organising legal knowledge

This presentation covered the practical issues encountered by a law firm in its quest to improve findability of one of its key resources - knowledge and information. The speakers discussed their approach to building taxonomies, the tools and processes deployed and how they anticipate their taxonomy will be applied and consumed by lawyers and publishers. The LexisNexis part of the presentation focused on the challenges of building and applying legal taxonomies to suit the breadth and depth of content they provide online. It also examined ways in which taxonomies can be surfaced in the user interface and help to drive compelling functionality that improves the user's search experience.

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