Today, Casetext has announced the release of its automated legal brief-writing software Compose. The legal tech company most known for legal research is expanding beyond purely analyzing case law that relates to a brief or filing, and is now taking a more hands-on approach to motion writing.

Compose uses Casetext’s legal research and machine-learning abilities to streamline the brief-writing process. After lawyers write their arguments, they can highlight a sentence and search for supporting cases and standards. Compose lists any supportive case filings, including the specific quote that supports their argument and access to read the full document. Once the lawyer decides to add the suggested case citation, the supporting case’s citation appears in the brief beside the lawyer’s argument. 

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