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You can rely on Benchly’s powerful artificial intelligence to help you quickly and easily make the strongest arguments from accurate and up to date on point law. Benchly has a comprehensive and accurate repository of published and unpublished case law opinions.
Our 3 million federal and 5.5 million state opinions date back to the 1700’s. We update our content as opinions are released so you can be confident that you always have the latest information.
Benchly’s A.I. converts your search terms, sentences, and phrases into combined search concepts. This multi-conceptual search focuses on conceptual relevancy to identify term correlations across the entire database of documents to automatically determine the core concepts. It uses these to return a list of 100 relevant terms that you can use to create a search to find exactly what you are looking for.
Yes! Developing a search term list and gathering legal research can be a headache as well as a time consuming and cumbersome act. Benchly provides legal researchers with the tools that enable faster and more all-inclusive researching. The Benchly A.I. Brain provides you with the top 100 concept suggestions to make it easy to create a search that will quickly find on-point case law..
Our built-in legal research collaboration tools were designed with the busy lawyer in mind. No longer will you need to save your work to a network, email pertinent documents or print a document to share or store it. With our built in collaboration tools you can easily annotate, comment, bookmark, or tag a document, then save it to a matter, automatically sharing your work product with those you have chosen to be part of your team. You will receive notifications when someone on your team adds documents to a matter, adds annotations or comments to an existing shared matter or when someone creates a new matter that they share with you.
Simplifying the process and removing the extra steps was our goal. When teams collaborate on Benchly, the built-in tools enable you to share information and annotate cases immediately.