Legal Research Startups
Here is a list of new legal research services, including brief explanatory excerpts from their websites. (August 2013 or later as indicated below)
BriefMine - BriefMine is a database of legal briefs and opinions powered by natural-language search that offers a technologically advanced platform for conducting in-depth legal research.
Caseflex - On-demand, instant retrieval of PACER dockets, reports, and filings.
Casetext - Our searchable database of legal documents is annotated in two ways: automatically and by you. Use Casetext to find the authorities you need. Contribute by adding related sources and your insight.
docracy - Find quality templates from your peers, and manage and sign documents quickly online.
The Expert Institute - We are the fastest growing service platform for matching and directly connecting professional firms to specialty practitioners, industry thought leaders, and academics.
Judicata - At its core, Judicata is an engineering company. We’re looking for great engineers to help us build semantic systems that understand the law.
Jurify - Jurify is a portal for all types of legal resources, from research tools and forms to training materials and expert attorneys, providing instant access to the collective genius of lawyers worldwide.
Law Insider - The over 250,000 contracts contained on this website are SEC document filings that have been catalogued and indexed by contract type, state/jurisdiction, company, signees and filing date.
Law Ratchet - Law Ratchet scours the Internet for the best legal news and intelligence, delivered to your mobile device.
LawUpdates.com - LawUpdates.com is an online portal for legal information including legal updates, expert legal commentary, and the latest trends and ideas in legal technology.
legalbrief.ly - legalbrief.ly is an online platform where lawyers, legal researchers, and law students can upload and sell copies of their research. They retain the copyright and set the price for their work.
LegalShare - LegalShare is an anonymous online marketplace for lawyers to buy and sell legal documents.
LEXamples.com - Hyperlinked SEC exhibits, as they were meant to be. (October 2019)
MOOTUS - Mootus works by enabling a community of members to submit and to solve legal research issues online.
PacerPRO - PacerPRO™ is the best way to find, retrieve, manage, and analyze PACER's Federal Court case information and pleadings.
PushLegal - PushLegal’s mission is to be the go-to legal reference whenever a lawyer needs information fast.
RAVEL - RAVEL is a startup that “spun out” of Stanford Law School in 2012. We are focused on making legal research radically easier, faster, and more intuitive.
ReInvent Law - Law firms should have research and development departments, but they don’t. ReInvent Law fills the R&D gap for law firms, in-house legal departments, and other legal service providers.
Tabulaw - Tabulaw makes legal research and writing more productive for the practitioner and more accessible for everyone else.
WellSettled.com - The wellsettled.com search engine enables users to search two unique databases: Judge-Generated Summaries of Earlier Judicial Opinions . . . [and] Unequivocal Articulations of Legal Principles.
wireLawyer, Inc. - Access millions of contracts and forms instantly. Smart search and peer-review features separate the good from the many.
If you know of any other new legal research startups (websites that offer legal research solutions for attorneys), please email email@example.com. I may update this list.
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