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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
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The Top 10 Blog Posts of 2017

This week we’re taking a break from our regularly scheduled ediscovery series to say thanks for being a reader of the Everlaw blog! Before we close out the year, we wanted to look back at the most popular posts of the year. As expected, our readers are very interested in ways to improve their ediscovery
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document analysis

This is the third in our series on our ediscovery chapter of a legal informatics textbook. In this series, we’re covering the ediscovery basics, including the history of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM), core technical ediscovery concepts, the technologies powering ediscovery, as well as the future of ediscovery. Today we’ll walk through our favorite,
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Everlaw helps investigative reporting

For the past six months, we’ve been meeting with reporters from some of the nation’s largest news organizations to demo Everlaw for Journalists, our program to support investigative reporting through pro bono access to the Everlaw platform. We’ve learned a lot from those conversations—in particular, what reporting a big story has in common with building
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AJ Encourages Entrepreneurs to Avoid Federal Fixation

Our CEO AJ Shankar is featured in TechCrunch today with lessons learned from working with our state government customers. With the emerging administration on the cusp of taking office, the domination of federal government for the media and enterprise technology vendors is a major focus. AJ argues that, with five key factors, entrepreneurs can experience success with
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Participate in Everlaw's Donation Program

During law school, many students participate in clinics working within underserved communities or devote hundreds of hours to pro bono work. A great number continue this type of work in some capacity after graduation. This sense of public service is integral to the professional identity of lawyers. It also reflects the commitment that legal practitioners
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