What We Do

Providing leading A.I. legal research technology 

Our Story

From the start, Casetext has focused on eliminating inefficiencies in legal research. As a litigator, Casetext founder Jake Heller experienced firsthand the frustrations of expensive, outdated, and inefficient legal research tools. And as an engineer, Jake understood that applying modern technology could provide a true competitive edge for law firms. 

Jake teamed up with Stanford CodeX fellow Pablo Arredondo, who was focused on new approaches to legal research such as Casetext’s AI-backed legal research technology, CARA A.I.  With the help of other former litigators working hand-in-hand with data scientists and engineers, Jake and Pablo began building the solutions they wished they had as litigators.

Casetext has since become one of the leading sources of legal information. One million people access Casetext’s legal library each month, and thousands of attorneys at firms big and small rely on Casetext award-winning contextual search to help them get the answers they need fast so they can spend more time on higher-value work.

Our Team

We are lawyers, data scientists, engineers, and designers, working together to build technologies and services that help attorneys better represent their clients. Our tools are designed by litigators from some of the country’s best law firms, and built by leading experts in machine learning and artificial intelligence. 

We are also a smart, fun, and happy group of people who enjoy spending every day working on making legal research better.

Our Clients

Casetext powers litigators at over one hundred law firms, from the world’s largest law firms to solo practitioners to civil rights advocates.  Our clients include:


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"Judges have clerks. Law professors have research assistants. Now, you too, can have your own research assistant: one whose work takes seconds, not hours or days..."

"[CARA] could be a powerful way to shortcut your research as you begin to draft your reply and find weak spots in your opponent's arguments."

"CARA data mines the inputted brief and uses the gathered information to form a sort of 'mega-query' that runs against Casetext's database of case law....It's not magic, it's math. But sometimes math can look like magic."

"CARA would have really come in handy when I was a Biglaw associate... In fact, if CARA had existed I might still be in Biglaw."

"I love the 'a-ha' moment when I realize that a new product has uncovered insights into data that was essentially 'hiding in plain sight.' I had one of those moments [with] CARA."


Best In Show / Best Legal Innovation 2016

Above the Law alt.legal Innovation Awards

LegalTech News Innovation Awards

Best Research Platform 2016

3 Geeks and a Law Blog

Dewey B Strategic Blog

Casetext CEO Named 30 under 30 in Law

Casetext Named One of the 25 Hottest Startups in San Francisco

Lawyers are "using the technology in place of a research assistant."

Founded by a team of former litigators, Ph.D. data scientists and leading A.I. engineers, we help legal researchers find the best cases, faster, including many that they would otherwise miss.

Student Ambassadors

As the future of the legal profession, we believe law students are essential in leading the charge toward innovation.  The Casetext Law Student Ambassador Program is an exclusive opportunity for current law students who are interested in improving access to justice and passionate about legal technology to join the Casetext Team.

We are accepting applications from law students for next semester's ambassador class.

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"Casetext's CARA Takes the Search out of Legal Research"


New Product of the Year 2017

American Association of Law Libraries

Most Promising AI 2018: Legal Tech

CB Insights

Innovative Lawyers 2017

Financial Times

AI Leaders 2018

The National Law Journal