AI-Powered Tools Are Revolutionizing Legal Practice

Find out what litigators need to know.

The integration of AI-powered tools into the legal research suite is well underway. Their potential to minimize labor-intensive research tasks is producing a sea change in everyday practice. Rely on Bloomberg Law for the latest on these tools and related topics and trends that are redefining the litigation landscape.


Litigation Practical Guidance

Bloomberg Law’s Litigation Practical Guidance walks you through the legal and logistical issues related to each stage of litigation practice. Available on the Litigation Intelligence Center, Litigation Practical Guidance is a unique combination of content, functionality, expert guidance, and AI-powered tools such as Points of Law, Smart Code, and Docket Key. See how Bloomberg Law is changing the way litigation is done.

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A faster approach to litigation with legal analytics

The development of legal analytics tools is widespread – and growing. The answer to ‘why’ is simple. Litigation and legal data analytics are saving attorneys time and empowering them to work smarter.

In the legal world, whether within firms or organizations’ in-house teams, legal analytics is aimed at customer and business problems – particularly those that involve large data sets such as court opinions, dockets, attorneys, courts, and company information.

Over the past few years, Bloomberg Law has released these solutions, changing basic legal research across case law (Points of Law), statutory research (Smart Code), and dockets search (Docket Key). On another level, our Litigation Analytics helps attorneys collect data, visualize trends, predict outcomes – and most importantly, expertly advise their clients.

And we continue to innovate at no extra cost to our subscribers. Our latest AI in legal research, Brief Analyzer, applies the power of artificial intelligence to eliminate time-consuming steps in traditional brief analysis. Expedite the review of cited authorities and identify tools and documents, then prepare a compelling rebuttal all with a Bloomberg Law subscription.

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Brief Analyzer

Drastically reduce time spent analyzing legal briefs. Bloomberg Law’s AI-powered Brief Analyzer automatically identifies and evaluates cited legal authorities and delivers a detailed brief analysis with suggested content for further review, including reasons for the suggestions.

Points of Law; Smart Code

Relying on machine learning and artificial intelligence, our award-winning Points of Law takes you quickly to the leading case for a particular Point of Law, while Smart Code delivers the leading cases interpreting specific provisions of state and federal codes, rules, and regs.

State Litigation Resources Page

An interactive map includes all state and federal resources for each of the 50 states and Washington, D.C., saving research time.

Litigation Practical Guidance

Providing step-by-step procedural guidance on the legal and logistical issues related to Initiating & Defending Litigation that reference primary law tools – Smart Code, Points of Law, and Docket Key – that will help you expand and refine your research.

Litigation Analytics

Identify meaningful patterns among infinite legal data points with Litigation Analytics, which includes analysis of federal district court information, company data, law firm and attorney representation data, and judicial behavior.

Bloomberg Law Dockets

Our market-leading Dockets includes coverage of more than 1,200 state and federal courts. Docket Key, a search tool, expedites access to 20 different filing types in all federal district courts.

See It for Yourself

Bloomberg Law offers authoritative litigation solutions that save time and effort and provide an in-depth understanding of legal issues and trends.

Our litigation content is conveniently located in a one-stop resource – the Litigation Intelligence Center – organized to complement the way you practice. You’ll find:

  • AI-powered tools such as Points of Law and Smart Code to enhance primary law research
  • Docket Key search functionality to speed you to the docket filings you need
  • Litigation Practical Guidance for step-by-step guidance on procedural tasks
  • Litigation Analytics for competitive intelligence on companies, courts, judges, law firms, and attorneys
  • Litigation news, analysis, and additional resources

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