BriefMasters, a service that writes briefs and other documents for lawyers, is noted here, here, and probably elsewhere, following its mention on TechnoLawyer. Such services are neither new nor unique — in fact they seem to be springing up with increasing frequency. I have written before about one of the more successful of these companies, Legal Writing Success, founded by former Philadelphia litigator Robert Unterberger. Others that I happen to have on my bookmark list include, LawRite, Legal Research Center, Legal Research Service of Maryland, National Legal Research Group, Quo Jure Corp., and LegalScope Research. And, guess what, I do some of it myself.

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