Benchly, Inc.

ezBriefs by Benchly offers brief drafters what other singular Microsoft Word Add-Ins cannot: a straightforward platform that prioritizes automatic and accurate Table of Authorities creation alongside concise citation formatting through an unparalleled user interface and experience. Driven by machine learning and our own comprehensive case law database, ezBriefs users can expect accurate, expedient, and court-accepted brief formatting after every use. With the industry-first application of native Microsoft Word TA entries and CiteCapture, ezBriefs favors collaboration and offline functionality over proprietary standards so that users can maximize the utility a Microsoft Word Add-In should offer. In addition to the differentiating features and capabilities ezBriefs offers, users can expect affordable and accessible technology without contract requirements, pricing changes, or locked in trials as a company-wide standard. Try ezBriefs for free today at www.ezbriefs.com.


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CategoryDocument Automation
HeadquartersHouston, Texas
Founded2018
Tagstable of authorities, legal research, citation confirmation
Websitewww.ezbriefs.com
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