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“I think the precedent map is excellent.” – Solicitor, Eversheds Sutherland, Ireland
“We’re passionate about delving into problems that need solving for the benefit of our clients and our business. Machine learning technologies are transforming how lawyers work, enabling them to gather insights from data corpora much quicker and more efficiently than using largely manual historic processes. Working with vLex Justis and their outstanding content and technology, we have the chance to explore together a number of use cases for the application of machine learning to legal text.” Nick West, Chief Strategy Officer, Mishcon de Reya
“For smaller firms, in particular, this will be a great equalizer, enabling them to tap into technology previously only available to the very largest firms in the country.” Executive Director, Kentucky Bar Association
“Vincent has saved the library staff at our law library hours of research when searching for “something like this” or the proverbial needle in a haystack. Whether library staff are helping our members research to write a factum, memorandum, an article or a book, Vincent significantly reduces our members’ research time. Research that would normally take hours now takes minutes.“ Library Manager & Executive Director, Waterloo Region Law Association
“At Alberta Law Libraries, our energies are always directed to connecting people with the world of legal information, and collaborating with vLex Justis to bring US, UK and Canadian legal resources is a key part of delivering on our commitments,”Dale Barrie, ALL Director
“Excellent materials” – Associate Professor, University Of Toronto
“The vLex platform enables students to engage in advanced, efficient and comprehensive legal research in clear and intuitive ways that are transferable to careers in the legal profession. Training students on the use of the vLex platform is a central part of building our students legal and socio-legal research skills.” Associate Professor, School of Law and Government, Dublin City University