RechtEasy.at

With over 6000 legal terms, RechtEasy.at - which was nominated as "Best Legal Tech Innovation 2019 service provider" - is Austria's largest free legal research tool. It was created in 2012 in cooperation with the university and its legal faculty representatives due to the need to explain Austrian legal terms in a transparent and simple manner, differentiated from German law. Most of the terms were created directly by our team in a phase of a year where we did nothing but to write articles. The long-awaited relaunch then took place in March 2019, which caused a sensation inside and outside the legal sector. Since then, the platform not only show legal terms, but also display all federal laws, including judicature, among the paragraphs and links them together. In addition, there is a new and intuitive legal job advertisement plattform. Appropriate advertisements from the integrated job portal are automatically suggested to users who are looking for a legal term in the relevant field. Without being actively looking for a job, this networking opens up completely new options that one might not have even considered personally. In order to offer users additional added value, successive explanatory videos are added to the respective legal terms. Well-known lawyers from Austria were won over as experts.


Overview

StatusActive
CategoryLegal Research
HeadquartersStaudgasse 54, Vienna, Austria
Founded2012
Tagswiki, legal research, rechteasy
Websitehttps://www.rechteasy.at
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