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Your Brand New Artificially Intelligent Lawyer

Every minute you spend on legal research is time you can't bill for.

ROSS is an A.I. lawyer that helps human lawyers research faster and focus on advising clients.

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Search less, find more

Ask direct questions and ROSS will use A.I. to find you answers from the law in seconds - no more fumbling with boolean queries and thousands of keyword based results.

Seconds to set up, simple to use

ROSS runs in the cloud and can be mastered in minutes—no need to interrupt your workflow with hours of training sessions and lectures just to learn the basics.

Happy clients, healthy profits

Use ROSS to ensure you deliver the same value to your clients, without writing off thousands of dollars on unbillable research time.

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ROSS is live and already helping lawyers at industry leading firms like...

"With ROSS, the associates at our firm can do on-point research much faster and then quickly drill-down on the main issues that help support the best possible outcome for our clients.”

William Caraher
von Briesen & Roper
Chief Information Officer

"ROSS is a tool to help improve our work processes, reduce costs, and ultimately generate better results for our clients."

Steve Kestner

Meet ROSS, Your Brand New Artificially Intelligent Lawyer

Law Schools

The next generation of lawyers are being trained with ROSS like the law students at...

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“…lawyers will be able to avoid some of the mundane tasks in favor of being able to focus on the nitty-gritty aspects of each case…”
“ROSS Intelligence is an example of how artificial intelligence can be used to improve the delivery of legal services.”
"The law is not static, so your search tool shouldn’t be either. ROSS changes and adapts just like the law."
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Access To Justice

Artificially intelligent legal technology should be available to everyone.
We provide ROSS free of charge to deserving groups such as...