We’re continuing to advance our analytics platform, and today we’re proud to announce Court Analytics, the first research tool to offer an unprecedented view into the caselaw and decisions of all state and federal courts in the US.
Using Court Analytics, litigators can now make data-driven decisions when comparing forums, assessing possible outcomes, and crafting briefs using the most important cases and rules. Complex projects that used to take hours or days of research can now be done in minutes, with answers that deliver richer intelligence and detail.
With the addition of Court Analytics, Ravel’s research suite now offers customized, end-to-end analytics for every step of the research process:
Ravel’s features are enhanced by the “Caselaw Access Project,” our ongoing collaboration with Harvard Law School to digitize the school’s entire collection of U.S. caselaw. This database of American law serves as an underlying data set that people can search and view for free in Ravel, in addition to using Ravel’s paid technologies to derive insights.
We’re incredibly excited to bring Court Analytics to the legal industry. It’s the result of months of hard work by the entire Ravel team, and we look forward to hearing your feedback on this new feature.
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