I’m curious to know how lawyers, if at all, are using Obsidian or the zettelkasten approach to summarize case law and/or generate legal arguments and/or work on projects. I’m working in labour law context, mainly in labour arbitration but some policy related work. I don’t generate much knew knowledge but am always trying to spin jurisprudence into novel arguments specific to the facts of the case I am working on.
Much of the talk about these tools are about knowledge creation, how are you using it for knowledge management? Maybe I don’t need Obsidian or Roam but rather just need a wiki?
Interested to hear if there are any practicing lawyers on here and how you use the tool. Do you draft/organize briefs or writing in Obsidian, or do that elsewhere. Do you keep literature notes (i.e. case law summaries) in obsidian, or only new arguments? Are any of you out there?