INTELLLEX

INTELLLEX has two main engines in helping a law firm manage its intellectual capital and knowledge more effectively - a flexible information infrastructure and a search engine which understands the law. Our aim is to help law firms build up their own knowledge bank with a modern knowledge management solution. We combine (1) digitizing data, (2) collaborative building up of content from lawyers in the firm, (3) accessing those important precedent and knowledge as well as (4) cases and commentaries from common law jurisdictions, with (5) a focus on UI and UX.


Overview

StatusActive
CategoryLegal Research
HeadquartersSingapore
Founded2015
Tags legal research, knowledge management
Websitewww.intelllex.com
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