Jacqueline Schafer, the founder and CEO of Clearbrief, was inspired to start the company based on her own experiences as a litigator and appellate advocate. A pivotal moment for her came in an asylum case she was handling pro bono, when her ability to point the judge to critical evidence that supported her arguments saved her client from
Continue Reading LawNext Podcast: How Clearbrief Helps Lawyers Find the Best Facts to Support their Writing, with Founder Jacqueline Schafer 

The AI-driven legal drafting tool Clearbrief has entered into a partnership with legal research company LexisNexis Legal & Professional that provides its customers who are also Lexis subscribers with access to legal content and citations on Lexis while drafting documents within the Clearbrief add-in for Microsoft Word.
With this new integration, Lexis subscribers can now link citations created in Clearbrief
Continue Reading Clearbrief Partners with LexisNexis, Enabling Access to Lexis Legal Content While Using Clearbrief in Word

In August, I wrote here about a new feature in Clearbrief that uses generative AI to create hyperlinked timelines, enabling users to create case chronologies directly in Word, complete with hyperlinks to the source documents in the case record that support the dates and events shown in the timeline.
Today, Clearbrief is extending that feature, allowing a user, with the
Continue Reading Clearbrief Adds Another AI Feature, ‘Verified Facts,’ to Create Statements of Facts — Plus A Wearable AI Brooch

On this episode of The Geek in Review, hosts Marlene Gebauer and Greg Lambert delve into how AI can transform legal writing with ClearBrief founder and CEO Jacqueline Schafer. As a former litigator, Schafer experienced firsthand the frustrating scramble to finalize briefs and prepare filings. She founded ClearBrief in 2020 to leverage AI to analyze documents and suggest relevant
Continue Reading Jacqueline Schafer on Writing Briefs at the Speed of AI: How ClearBrief is Transforming Legal Drafting

The Seattle-based legal tech startup Clearbrief already uses artificial intelligence to strengthen your legal writing by finding the best evidence in the record to support your arguments (or debunk your opponent’s). But today the company is introducing two AI-powered features that further enhance the product by enabling legal professionals to instantly create hyperlinked timelines and ask questions of their documents.
Continue Reading Exclusive: New AI Features In Clearbrief Create Hyperlinked Timelines And Allow Users To Query Their Documents

Lawyers and legal professionals using the AI-powered document drafting tool Clearbrief to create a legal brief or document will now be able to seamlessly view any case law they cite thanks to a partnership with the legal research and intelligence company Fastcase, the companies announced today.
As I have written before, Clearbrief is an innovative legal technology product
Continue Reading Now View More Case Law As You Draft Legal Documents in Clearbrief, through Partnership with Fastcase

Seattle, WA and Washington, DC (Monday, December 12th, 2022)  – Clearbrief, the award-winning, patented platform that brings AI into legal drafting in Word, announces its collaboration with Fastcase, a leading legal intelligence company and legal research provider. Together, the two companies are joining forces to give lawyers, judges, and in-house counsel the ability to seamlessly view any caselaw cited as
Continue Reading Clearbrief and Fastcase team up to bring attorneys, legal writers instant access to even more caselaw as they draft documents using artificial intelligence

Imagine this scenario: You have just weeks to file an appellate brief. The record in the case is enormous. The trial lasted five weeks, generating more than 40 reporter record volumes of testimony and trial exhibits and another seven clerk record volumes containing pleadings, motions and other filings.
Out of that voluminous record, you need to find the evidence that
Continue Reading Litigator Says Using Clearbrief Cut Cost of Major Appeal by 20%