Today Casemaker is announcing an expanded relationship with vLex a global legal research provider. Members of the Casemaker Bar Association Consortium will have an opportunity to get access to vLex intelligent legal research assistant, Vincent. Several months ago I wrote about the very unique functionality in vLex’s Vincent. It is the only legal research product that can simultaneously analyse documents in two languages– English and Spanish and deliver results across multiple jurisdictions.
Users of Casemaker4, currently in beta test, will get one click access to Vincent. Members of the Casemaker Consortium will be offered a one week free trial of Vincent as will as an exclusive 50% discount off year one pricing.
“This is an exciting time for vLex,” shared Lluis Faus, CEO. “By creating this direct pathway from Casemaker4 to Vincent, hundreds of thousands of U.S. attorneys will now have the ability to tap into the
power of AI at unprecedented scale.”
“We’re thrilled to announce this next step in our partnership with vLex,” said Sarah Gorman, Chief Operating Officer at Casemaker. “Members of our consortium bar associations will greatly benefit from the ability to go beyond traditional keyword or Boolean search into a more robust contextual search that begins with Casemaker’s rich content and is accelerated by artificial intelligence.”
Under the terms of an existing agreement, vLex users will continue to receive access to Casemaker’s full
collection of U.S. federal and 50-state primary law content. Likewise, Casemaker4 users will retain the
ability to search databases of international legal materials provided by vLex.