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
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Better Litigation Technology

When we announced our fundraising back in January, the #1 question we heard was, “So, what are you going to do with all that money?” Perhaps they were hoping to hear about a secret Vegas trip or new perks like on-site acupuncture or macaroon-making classes. Though our actual investments were less flashy, they were no
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Everlaw Escaped!

We really like games. There is some kind of board, card, or video gaming going on virtually every day at our office. Games help improve our lateral thinking, our logical reasoning, and our team cohesion. And—oh yeah—they’re really fun. Some of our favorite games involve puzzles. For instance, a group of us collaboratively solve a
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SF Pathways to Citizenship

After a long week, it’s hard to think of much beyond a hot shower and sleeping in the next morning.  But before that, you still have to wrap up a conference call, drop off dry cleaning, and squeeze in a parent-teacher conference.  We’ve all been there: there are countless causes in need and we have
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Everlaw Team

It’s been a busy few days since we announced a new investment in our company last week. CEO and Founder AJ Shankar has talked about why he’s excited about the funding, as did new Board member Steven Sinofsky and existing Board member Manu Kumar. But part of what has helped us reach this milestone is
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Everlaw Takes Off

Everlaw has just closed a funding round, led by premier venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz! Read on for details.   Modern litigation needs technology — and not just good technology, but great technology. Millions of documents; the needle-in-the-haystack objective; the subtlety of understanding evidence in context; the high monetary stakes; and the deeply collaborative nature
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