Everlaw Joins the National Cyber Security Alliance as a 2019 Data Privacy Champion

We at Everlaw are pleased to announce our commitment to Data Privacy Day—an international effort held annually on Jan. 28 to create awareness about the importance of respecting privacy, safeguarding data, and enabling trust—by signing up as a Data Privacy Day 2019 Champion. As a 2019 Champion, as well as a 2018 Champion, Everlaw recognizes
Read More

Everlaw Launches in the United Kingdom

London’s calling! We’re opening a brand new office in central London to expand our services into the UK and continental Europe. Our first UK office will be in London’s Shoreditch neighborhood, home to many major law firms and the ‘Silicon Roundabout’ tech hub. The expansion follows our recent relocation to new headquarters in Oakland, California.
Read More

Fist-bumping on the Path to Victory

Being located on the same side of the Bay as the Golden State Warriors, we know a little bit about winning sports teams. And we’ve observed that great teams high-five each other, a lot. Since we already have some great athletes in the company (and we like to think of ourselves as the Warriors of
Read More

Everlaw Expands into New Global HQ

The new office will help us accommodate all the new team members we’ve added. When we raised our Series B in June, we committed to hiring at least 75 team members in the next year. We’re over a third of our way toward that goal, with major new additions in marketing, sales, and engineering. All
Read More

Everlaw Raises Series B Investment to Continue Growth

Everlaw has just closed a $25 million Series B funding round, with new investor Menlo Ventures leading the round and continued participation from Andreessen Horowitz. We are thrilled to work with Menlo to advance our mission to provide cutting-edge technology to lawyers and litigation teams throughout the world. Menlo Ventures is one of the oldest
Read More

Posted by on
Everlaw for Journalists: One Year Later

Two years ago, we noticed a trend in the news. More and more of the most important stories originated in information that reporters were pulling from email and other electronic records. To bring stories like the Panama Papers to light, investigative reporting teams were digging through literally millions of documents to find the ones that
Read More