May 2014 Issue
Daniel Lewis was midway through his second year at Stanford Law School when he became convinced there was a better way to do legal research.
The thought came to him while doing work for a nonprofit in 2011. He was trying to understand where his issue fit within a broad group of cases his research had found. In his mind he pictured a view of his issue triangulated against the most important cases at the center and all the other, less important cases circled around them.