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London, — 15th June 2020 — vLex Justis and Mishcon de Reya today announced a collaboration to research the application of artificial intelligence and natural language processing technologies to legal content. Online publishing has led to an explosion in the availability of case law and legislation. Improved access to primary authorities is good for lawyers and good for their clients, but the sheer volume of content presents unprecedented challenges for anyone seeking to research and navigate the law. Advanced machine learning…
London, April 2020 — vLex Justis launch a new UK dockets collection from the Supreme Court, Court of Appeal and High Court, bringing case law and dockets together on a single intelligent platform for the first time. Uniquely, this collection is available without timed access restrictions, or the need to pay per session. vLex Justis is the only research platform which makes UK dockets available alongside primary and secondary sources from over 130 jurisdictions, including the largest collection…
London, April 2020 — Vincent, a leading AI-powered legal research assistant in the US and Canada, is now available to the UK legal sector. Vincent combines human search behaviour with machine speed, enabling researchers to go beyond traditional research. https://medium.com/media/4b6860fd7da3cd8399ac5eaa1f9c61de/href Research without compromise, all in a matter of seconds Whether you’re looking to maximise your billing hours, build a better argument or simply want to expand your research, Vincent is the ideal tool to assist you. The starting point…
A national first: Casemaker®, Kentucky Bar Association Announce Free Unlimited Member Access to vLex US and the AI-powered legal assistant, Vincent Charlottesville, VA, April 6, 2020 — Casemaker, the Kentucky Bar Association and global legal research provider vLex today announced a first-of-its-kind affiliation, under the terms of which KBA members will enjoy free, unlimited access to vLex’s industry leading intelligent legal research assistant, Vincent, and to a comprehensive US collection on the vLex Justis platform. Built on…
Calgary and London (UK), 1 April 2020 — Alberta Law Libraries (ALL) have long been a leader in supporting remote desktop access to the essential resources Alberta lawyers need to effectively serve their clients. With the addition of vLex Justis to that offering, we are pleased to provide unlimited access to US, UK and Canadian primary law and other related legal resources to Alberta lawyers in their homes and other remote work locations when they need…
vLex Justis launches one of theworld’s largest collections of legalinformation on one intelligent platform LONDON, 23 March, 2020 — Featuring the largest global collection of legal information, with more than 120 million documents from over 130 jurisdictions, together with easy-to-use, industry-leading AI-powered search and discovery technology; vLex Justis will set a new standard for legal research. vLex Justis, the most powerful platform that has ever been built, supports the research needs of over 6,500 global organisations that…
A new partnership between vLex and the American Bar Association (ABA) brings hundreds of valuable and authoritative legal books and journals to millions of legal practitioners, law firms and educational institutions around the world. As one of the largest legal publishers in the world, the American Bar Association publishes a wide selection of books and journals across multiple subject areas. Now, a broad selection of these titles will be available on vLex’s unique legal research and…
CIPPIC and vLex deploy expert knowledge and artificial intelligence to improve the ability of Canadian citizens to make a difference. Canada’s CIPPIC and international legal technology firm vLex seek to reduce the barriers to effective public participation in communications policy making by developing a free and fully public communications law and policy research platform. This initiative aims to increase access and contextual understanding of regulatory, policy and legal submissions and documentation, allowing Canadian citizens to…
Today, vLex is pleased to announce a new partnership with LexBlog, adding over 400,000 blog articles to vLex’s global collection of legal content, which currently extends across 100 jurisdictions. The partnership means that vLex researchers will now have direct access to LexBlog’s unparalleled network of legal news, insights, and analysis from over 23,000 individual contributors and over 1,400 blogs covering 50 areas of law worldwide. This new collection is the latest in a series…
Every lawyer in the Province of Saskatchewan has a new assistant. Meet Vincent, your intelligent research assistant. Vincent reads legal documents like court rulings to extract topics, cited authorities and other key indicators to create contextually-relevant knowledge graphs that can be further refined by traditional search methods. Vincent is the only tool of its kind in Canada, the only one capable of analyzing the laws of 9 countries, and the only one capable of operating…