BookLawyer

BookLawyer helps law firms and legal departments increase profitability and client value by reducing write-offs and litigation costs for legal research.


Overview

StatusActive
CategoryLegal Research
HeadquartersDallas, TX, USA
Founded2014
Tags legal research, artificial intelligence
Websitehttp://www.booklawyer.com
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