Here are 23 additions to my list of legal startups. This brings the list to 691 entries. Send additions and updates to To read more about this list and why I created it, see this post.

Company Description Country Status
Autom Documents automation and assembly software that eliminates separate templates and allows to turn static document into dynamic one with the very efficient time. Dedicated mobile application allows to fill documents out of the office or get your customers involved. Additionally AUTOM supports job sharing, external sub-documents use with version control, local library, Google Docs and One Drive integration and more. US and Poland Active
Book-It Legal Book-It Legal provides a web platform connecting attorneys with law students across the country for per-project legal tasks, such as research, editing, document review, and writing articles. Our company gives attorneys a way to get quick assistance and reduce costs to clients while providing students a more convenient and flexible way to gain experience and earn income. US Active
Caliber Litigation Services Technology has completely changed the user experience of many traditional services — from catching a cab to renting a car. What if I told you that same opportunity existed to change the court reporting industry? We built a proprietary tech platform from the ground up to access thousands of court reporters for services — from video to real-time reporting, all at a lower cost than the current industry providers. US Active
Case Status Case Status allows clients to stay updated on the status of their cases without time-consuming phone calls or emails. US Active
Courtroom5 Civil case management tools and training for pro se litigants US Active
Digitory Legal Digitory Legal helps law firms and in-house legal departments easily and accurately predict, price and manage legal matters. Clients save money and promote accountability with precise legal budgets; automated accrual management features; and intuitive RFP tools. Law firms reduce overhead and increase profitability with time-saving project management solutions; task-level data; and clearly scoped, accurate budgets that will strengthen attorney-client relationships. US Active
DocEx Legal Do you know who opens the documents you email, how many times they were printed, or to whom they have were forwarded? DocEx protects and controls access to documents in-transit through a single, secure, easy-to-use, and cost-effective cloud-based solution. Perfect for any practice area where sensitive documents are shared with experts, co-counsel, clients, and others, DocEx users maintain full control while managing and tracking forwards, views, prints, downloads, and all other actions. US Active
Early Neutral Appraisals Predicting litigation outcomes by using at least 10 neutrals from the locality to evaluate cases and give their unbiased opinions on likely outcomes. US Active
Evichat Evichat is a tool for lawyers to collect authenticated evidence from their clients’ mobile devices and social media accounts in an eDiscovery lite platform built specifically for mobile data where it can then be redacted and/or exported. We can also produce time-stamped web page archives with all meta data. US Active
Gideon Legal Gideon is a fundamentally new way for law firms to connect, communicate with, and service clients, at scale. Gideon is an intelligent messaging platform that connects firms with their best leads, in real-time, from their website, directory profiles, and social media. Gideon learns a firm’s preferences on particular case types and to predict likely case outcomes, enabling them to deploy resources to optimum value. Built to fit existing workflows, Gideon integrates with case management software. US Active
LawDroid An automated, legal assistant chatbot that can answer frequently asked questions, describe law firm services, take appointments, qualify leads and help to run your office more smoothly. US Active
Lawyaw Lawyaw is an easy-to-use platform that enables lawyers to populate, edit, and sign Judicial Council and court forms. US Active
LegalSifter LegalSifter has a singular goal – to bring affordable legal services to the world by empowering people with artificial intelligence. LegalSifter (the product) allows people to negotiate with speed and confidence with the help of our Sifters and the advice of your leaders and lawyers, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. US Active
Metaspike Forensic email preservation software for eDiscovery and digital forensics practitioners. US Active
Qualmet Qualmet is a cloud-based platform used by law departments to quickly and easily measure the value of external legal service providers. The company focuses on raising the business value created between in-house and outside counsel. Through performance metrics and objective benchmarking, the company and its namesake product create an industrywide common language. Released earlier this year, the platform has been adopted by legal departments from a wide range of industries. US Active
SavvySuit “Okay Google, talk to Florida Pro Bono Matters.” Go ahead, try it on your Android. Learn firsthand how SavvySuit is pushing the legal profession forward with the creation of conversational user interfaces. One such interface is a sophisticated pro bono catalog which allows attorneys to find pro bono cases with ease. This catalog provides case descriptions aggregated from over 30 organizations, including traditional legal aids and nation-wide programs like the ABA Military Pro Bono Project. US Active
Sheriasoft Cloud-based practice management platform for law firms in Kenya and East Africa. Kenya Active
SimplyAgree SimplyAgree is a signature and closing management tool for complex corporate transactions. Our web-based platform streamlines the administrative tasks of a closing — from automating signature packets to closing binders — so attorneys can focus on getting deals done and exceeding client expectations. SimplyAgree reduces these time-intensive closing processes from days to minutes, while providing the attorney with increased risk oversight and cost predictability. US Active
Social Evidence Social Evidence is a cloud-based application that quickly and accurately collects, organizes, and analyzes data from specific social media sites for named accounts and provides tools to assist the legal professional to easily search, find, and use relevant case-related information in a repeatable, admissible, and legally-defensible format. US Active
Time Miner Time Miner eliminates the hassle of manual, contemporaneous methods most attorneys use to keep track of billable time spent on their smartphones.  Automatic, with no timers to start and stop, Time Miner captures past calls and texts with clients, and produces a report on-demand that shows your billable activity in terms of client, date and time, duration, and dollar value based on your hourly rate. US Active
Track With Ease Get more done in your real estate law practice by eliminating and automating all the things that waste your time each day. US Active
Voluble Voluble collects and analyzes consumer posts from a broad range of online sources to generate insights specifically for litigation. Our proprietary tools and partnerships give us access to data from a comprehensive array of social media platforms, forums, e-commerce sites, and blogs. Our experienced litigation team transforms vast amounts of unstructured consumer chatter into relevant and reliable data that can be used by experts to support their opinions in affirmative or rebuttal reports. US Active
VortexLegal VortexLegal is the Expedia for legal services – a one-stop shop where you can search for, hire, rate and review legal service providers like court reporters, interpreters and translators, private investigators etc. There is no marketplace for legal service providers so we are providing a new way to procure these services that offers more transparency in pricing and allows small and medium sized operators to compete with national service providers. US Active

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Bob is a lawyer, veteran legal journalist, and award-winning blogger and podcaster. In 2011, he was named to the inaugural Fastcase 50, honoring “the law’s smartest, most courageous innovators, techies, visionaries and leaders.” Earlier in his career, he was editor-in-chief of several legal publications, including The National Law Journal, and editorial director of ALM’s Litigation Services Division.