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A true replacement for Ross Intelligence for only $65/month.
smarter legal research with Casetext
CARA is one of the coolest products I’ve used in the last 20 years. It takes me so far out of the box. As an appellate lawyer, it lets me attack small schisms in the government’s argument that I normally would not find, so I can attack the brief that way.”

– Thomas Healy, Criminal Justice Panel in DC / Catholic University School of Law

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Easiest to Use
Easiest to Use
Casetext is designed from the ground up to be clean, simple, fast, and easy — not words often associated with legal research!
Fast
Fast
Casetext CARA A.I. researched so much faster that attorneys would save up to 210 hours — five whole weeks — every year, while finding better results.
Affordable
Affordable
Casetext provides the best legal research experience at a price affordable for every attorney. Never again feel like you’re sacrificing quality or coverage to save costs. With Casetext, you get it all.
All the features you expect from Ross – but better.
Cases summarized — by judges
Cases summarized — by judges
  • Ross: Summarizes cases by an anonymous editor.
  • Casetext: Summarizes cases straight from the judges themselves.
Case treatment flags — even more detailed
  • Ross: Typical citator (red, green and yellow flags) Casetext has all the same flags and
  • Casetext: Red, green, yellow and orange flags. Orange flags to tell you when a case hasn’t been overturned, but relies on one that was. We also go beyond flags and have concise sumaries of important treatment.
Case treatment flags — even more detailed
Case treatment flags — even more detailed
Case treatment flags — even more detailed
  • Ross: Typical citator (red, green and yellow flags) Casetext has all the same flags and
  • Casetext: Red, green, yellow and orange flags. Orange flags to tell you when a case hasn’t been overturned, but relies on one that was. We also go beyond flags and have concise sumaries of important treatment.
Cited passages — and cases with similar passages
Cited passages — and cases with similar passages
  • Ross: Shows you how passages have been cited
  • Casetext: Shows you how passages have been cited and similar cases discussing similar issues (even if they didn’t cite to your case)
Filters – but actually useful
  • Ross: Uses typical filters like Jurisdiction, Date and Published
  • Casetext: Has all the basics AND Motion Type, Cause of Action and Party Type
casetext research filters
casetext research filters
Filters – but actually useful
  • Ross: Uses typical filters like Jurisdiction, Date and Published
  • Casetext: Has all the basics AND Motion Type, Cause of Action and Party Type
casetext research filters
Searching – no (boolean /s required)
  • Ross: Uses boolean search to filter results
  • Casetext: Can use natural language or boolean or you can use our award-winning drag and drop search. Upload ANY legal document and we will find on-point cases for you.
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“This sounds great, but I’m in a LexisNexis/Westlaw contract already.”

No problem! We will give you free access to Casetext until your LexisNexis/Westlaw contract expires. Start saving over $2000 per year, per attorney.

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See how 40+ Am law 100 firms experienced smarter legal research

Small Firm
“The great thing about Casetext is you don’t have to be a techy. It’s very user friendly.”
Bill Amlong
The Amlong Firm
Big Firm
“Casetext is a valuable tool for brief writing and can simplify the case search when reviewing opposing counsel’s briefs.”
Hugh Eastwood
Hugh A. Eastwood, Attorney at Law
Judge
“In a perfect world, litigants would cite to all relevant case law in their briefs. In the real world, litigants often do not. CARA can help judges and their clerks quickly find important case law that the parties may have overlooked.”
Judge Kevin Burke
Former president, American Judges Association