Westlaw Case Notebook refers to the Case Notebook software from Thomson Reuters. The program functions much like other data organizers in the digital notebook software category, but it is targeted specifically at users in litigation. As most users in this field also work in teams, it supplements its data organization tools with sharing features. It also has data analysis tools within it.
From an expense standpoint, Case Notebook can be used to bring down legal teams’ costs in the litigation process. First, it shaves down paper-related costs. Second, it allows users to do away with some traditional expenses in litigation, e.g. travel-related costs for teams trying to witness depositions in other location, specifically by allowing users to access transcripts and other legal documents over the Web instead. Third, the software also reduces the effort often involved in data organization and location, saving team members’ time.
Analysis is made simpler through the availability of data visualization tools such as timeline utilities. Users can create hyperlinks within the program for more efficient navigation and cross-user annotations are recorded across centrally-accessible files so that users can work with each other efficiently.
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