vLex Analytics

What is vLex Analytics?

vLex Analytics is a product of judicial and court case analytics based on artificial intelligence. vLex Analytics offers legal professionals valuable statistical information for the preparation of their cases. Using vLex Analytics, an attorney will receive an estimation of resolution times, probabilities of success and potential penalties from an artificial intelligence analysis of district courts decisions and higher court resources.

Available only in Spain

Currently, vLex Analytics is only marketed with data from courts, cases and judges in Spain.

vLex Analytics allows analysis by judge/court or by case, through the customization of application criteria.

1. Analysis of courts, tribunals and hearings

Choose the court, tribunal or hearing that you want to analyze and get a detailed report with:

  • How long the it took to resolve, with time detailed according to subject
  • Number of resources estimated, detailing the amount of resources according to the type of case
  • Get to know the judge in charge of the court, as well as a history of the court’s judges
  • All contact and location information in a single view
1.1 Analyze a court, tribunal or hearing

Get a complete report of the court, tribunal or hearing of your choice in 5 simple steps:

1) Select the province of the court, tribunal or hearing that you want to analyze

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2) Select the tribunal

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3) Choose the court or hearing

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4) Choose the court of instruction

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5) Get a complete analytical report with all of the detailed information.

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1.2 Analysis details

1) Information on the results and the period in which they were resolved

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2) Information about the judge in charge of the court

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3) Time it took to resolve the case, detailed by subject

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4) Prediction as to if there will be an appeal

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2. Analysis of cases

Enter data related to a certain topic and vLex Analytics will generate a prediction of the result of the case with:

  • A comparison between judicial courts
  • How long it takes to resolve the case
  • A prediction of the court’s decision

vLex Analytics helps you generate specific reports with concrete results using the data entered.

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2.1. Child Support

In just 4 steps, get a prediction of the child support that will assign by your court:

1) Fill in all of the necessary information


  • Number of dependent children
  • Monthly income of the custodian
  • Monthly income of non-custodian
  • Judicial district
  • Municipality

2) Analyze case

  • Includes all courts of your judicial district
  • How long it took each court to resolve a case
  • A prediction of the allowance for each of the courts

 

3) Save the case for later consultation

 

4) Check it out in the “Case analysis” section.

2.2. Criminal offense

In just 3 steps, get a prediction of the penalty imposed by the court of your choice by type of crime in 3 steps:

 

1) Fill in all of the necessary information

  • Choose the type of crime
  • Modifying circumstances, if applicable
  • Judicial district

2) Analyze case
What sentence can be expected for this crime?

  • Sentence prediction: type of penalty (prison/fine) and duration of the sentence (average sentence of the courts is analyzed)

What sentence can be expected from each court?

  • Includes all of the courts from the judicial district selected
  • How long it took to resolve a case from each court

3) Save the case

4) Check it out n the “Case analysis” section

3. Analysis by appeals

The “Analysis by appeals” section, located in the menu on the left side of the screen, allows you to establish the foundation of your case or the perfect appeal, through an aggregate view of the effectiveness of a type of appeal or an analysis of articles and legal citations found in thousands of judicial decisions.

Type of Analysis

Choose between two types of analysis:

  • By Type of appeal: Analyze the appeal based on the concept of law that you choose. You will find that when performing the analysis, they are differentiated by every judicial instance where they could be applied.
  • By Law and Article: Shows regulations and articles cited in each appeal related to the legal concept that you chose in your search. We also help you by showing you the current status of each law or article cited.

3.1 Analysis by type of appeal.
1)  Choose the “by type of appeal” option in the upper bar of the interface.

2) Enter a legal concept in the “Select a Concept” section. We help you narrow your search further by showing other concepts that are related to the one you entered.

3) Select a type of appeal from the scroll list. Analyze into all types of appeals by selecting the option “All”.

4). Click on “Analyze” to get appeals that are highly valued, partially valued and disregarded, divided by court. If you chose the “All” option in the previous step, the results are organized by appels typologies.

5) By clicking on any number, you will see the list of resources that we have found in vLex and you can read them in full, one by one.

3.2 Analysis by laws and articles

1) Select the option “by laws and articles” in the upper bar of the interface.

2) In the “Select a Concept” section enter a legal concept. We help you narrow your search further by showing other concepts that are related to the one you entered.

3) Select a type of appeal from the scroll list. Analyze into all types of appeals by selecting the option “All”.

4) Click on “Analyze”  to get , at a glance, all the legislation directly related to the chosen concept and organized by the number of times each article is cited.

5) View the laws by clicking on the tab to access the details of all the articles cited. If you are interested in an article but it is not among the most cited, select it in the “Search here for another article” section.

This post is also available in: Español

Updated on April 9, 2018

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