Casetext Lunch & Learn

Wednesday, March 28, 2018 - 12:00pm to 12:50pm
Classroom A (120) - Hirsch Hall
Casetext is quickly catching on for both law students and legal professionals to help “navigate precedent with unprecedented ease”. It uses the latest data science and AI technology, backed by expert insights from leading litigators to improve legal research for users. It also features a virtual legal research assistant, CARA, which allows you to drag-and-drop a brief for analyzing your document, then algorithmically querying the law to find you the best matched cases. Casetext also boasts free access to the law with over 10 million cases, statutes, and regulations, updated daily, as well as articles and commentary from leading litigators.
On Wednesday March 28 at noon in Classroom A law students are invited to experience a demo of Casetext by student Rebecca Wackym and law librarian Maureen Cahill. The event will include a free lunch for students and a chance to sign up for Casetext. Law students can sign up for free access at Just register with your university email address.
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Rachel Evans
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