Katrina Brundage

Innovation. Law. Data. Design.

Katrina Brundage is a data scientist and legal analytics professional, with a J.D. and M.S. in Business Analytics from Michigan State University. She is passionate about using innovation, law, data, and design to improve legal services and access to justice. Katrina is a Data Scientist & Legal Analyst at Juristat, a legal tech company that develops predictive models on the behavior of judges, patent examiners, attorneys, and other entities. Katrina also consults with trial courts to develop court management analytics. 

Lean for Legal

Business communities around the world are talking about Toyota's lean manufacturing system and working on applying lean principles to their organizations. This fall, I have been given the opportunity to join a lean certification study course for receiving Lean Bronze Certification with another student and two professors from MSU Law. Our class started last week, about the same time I was asked to write on law firm innovation for BuildHours, a student blog for MSU Law's Design Thinking for Legal Services course.

Check out my article about how lean thinking has the potential to innovate legal services, along with many other great ideas and insights from fellow classmates: