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  • Harvard and Ravel Law’s “Free the Law” Project

    The Free the Law project involves the digitization of Harvard Law’s entire case law collection, which will be available for free on Ravel. After eight years, the digitized collection will be available in bulk to anyone. The press release is here. Ravel’s announcement on its blog (and accompanying video) is here. Further details were published… Continue reading

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  • Blog Roundup April 22-April 28

    At 3 Geeks, Greg shared some excitement about Lex Machina, Ravel Law, and Casetext. Jean O’Grady explored Ravel’s Judge Analytics. At Slaw, Robert McKay pondered the importance of, and difficulty in, speculation about legal publishing. Jason Wilson has begun what looks like a deep dive into legal practice management and other tools at the recent… Continue reading


  • Ravel Law Launches Judge Analytics

    Ravel Law is one of several entrants in the legal research market to come out of Silicon Valley in recent years. Its newest feature is Judge Analytics, and an upcoming webinar (Thursday, April 16 at 11AM Pacific) promises to introduce it to anyone interested. It will be conducted by Jean O’Grady, who writes more about… Continue reading

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