Learn more about Brief Analyzer
Most litigators are familiar with this scenario: It’s just a few minutes before 5 pm on a Friday when your email alert dings, notifying you of the delivery of your opponent’s brief in one of your biggest cases. Now you’re spending your entire weekend painstakingly researching every argument and cited case, combing for any misstep or opening you can use in your rebuttal.
Even if that experience hasn’t occurred in real life yet, it’s a thing of nightmares for litigation associates at all levels. What you need is a way to speed up the process without compromising on deep, quality research you can trust.
While artificial intelligence-driven technologies exist to accelerate legal research, not all of them integrate seamlessly into your workflow and include side-by-side comparisons of briefs and links to relevant, expert intelligence and related content, so you spend less time on analysis and more time on crafting a winning strategy.
A Complete Workflow Solution
Bloomberg Law’s Brief Analyzer dissects briefs, finds related content, and accelerates legal research through an innovative, uncompromising focus on transparency at every stage.
Fully integrated and interactive, the tool provides a complete workflow solution. From the time of upload, through cite checks and suggested content results, the tool leaves the guesswork behind. Simply upload or drag, drop and select “Analyze This Brief,” and in minutes Brief Analyzer will:
- display the brief and analysis in a side-by-side comparison;
- suggest relevant content not cited in the brief, providing detailed reasons for the suggestions;
- enhance your research by integrating Bloomberg Law’s practice tools such as BCite, Points of Law, and Docket Key into the brief analysis; and
- link to additional resources on the platform, including similar briefs and Practical Guidance.
“This tool will help lawyers better serve their clients and the courts by allowing them to more fully, accurately, and efficiently analyze and address the relevant law,” wrote Stephanie Boxell, senior associate at Faegre Baker Daniels, in a review of the product after a beta usage period.