Parallel Search is an intelligent search engine search that overcomes the limitations of keyword search to identify legal concepts.
You’ll not only get more accurate search results, but you’ll also find cases that Westlaw and Lexis overlook.
Built on the same powerful AI as Parallel Search, AllSearch helps you quickly search any set of documents.
Save significant time when reviewing eDiscovery, brief banks, and more by locating information faster and without the extraneous results.
Fewer searches to find relevant law
Saved per month researching with Casetext
More likely to find an on-point case with Parallel Search
Business and bankruptcy attorney Bill Fritz, partner in a small law firm, credits Parallel Search with helping him find relevant cases in minutes, allowing him to expedite settlement and cut expenses.
Jocelyn Burton, a small law firm owner, explains how Casetext’s Parallel Search gives her the power to draft better briefs faster.
Attorney Val Washington explains how Casetext simplifies legal research by allowing him to search the way he thinks.
Our mission is to advance the practice of law and expand access to justice. We believe leading legal tech shouldn’t be cost-prohibitive and pride ourselves on providing our innovative tools at an accessible price point.
Casetext is more affordable because we internally apply the same AI that makes our product the best. This allows us to charge less for higher quality products, so you can upgrade your practice without breaking the bank.
Jake is co-founder and CEO of Casetext. He was named to Forbes 30 Under 30 and the Fastcase 50 for legal innovation for his work at Casetext. Before starting Casetext, Jake clerked for Judge Michael Boudin on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit and was a litigator at Ropes & Gray. He graduated from Stanford Law School, where he was president of Law Review.
Laura is the Chief Operating Officer at Casetext. Prior to Casetext, she was a civil litigator at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, and before that served in the Senate Judiciary Committee and clerked in the Southern District of New York. Laura graduated from Yale Law School. Laura currently sits on the advisory board of OneJustice, a legal aid nonprofit, and has been named among the Top Women Leaders in Tech Law in California.
Pablo is co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer at Casetext. His inventions, including Casetext’s pioneering brief analysis tool, CARA, have been recognized by the World Economic Forum, American Association of Law Libraries, and the American Bar Association. Prior to Casetext, Pablo represented leading tech companies as a patent litigator at Kirkland and Ellis and Quinn Emanuel. He is a graduate of Stanford Law School and a fellow at the Stanford Center for Legal Informatics.