Support Coding (LSC)
LSC requires Coding of voluminous paper
documents. Typically these form the preparatory material
for any major lawsuit. Equally, coding could be
immensely useful for creating in-house use knowledge
bases. Coding requires legal expertise and understanding
of the content of such documents. Where necessary, apart
from our team of law professionals, we retain the
services of domain experts.
For the last 15 years, we’ve been coding
& meta-tagging for our Law Database product
Grand JURIX, a combination of “normal” indexes
(party-names, court name, dates, etc) and “derived”
indexes (Act-section, phrase, topic, etc) based on
the Legal Department of a large Bank, we
regularly index legal documents to their Legal
department’s specifications since 1998. Apart from the
“normal” indexes, we have created Subject indexes,
Act and Section indexes and Hyper-links between
documents, “derived from” or based on content
analysis software as well as inputs from domain experts.
Recently, we completed a pilot for a US-based Law firm for
indexing of litigation documents. We populated
“normal” indexes in line with the client’s Manual.
The indexing parameters included - range of page
numbers, file index, type of document, author,
organization, date, title/subject, and links between
scanned image and indexes.