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Everlaw for Good

Free ediscovery resources to benefit the greater societal good.

Who We Help

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We empower journalists to find facts faster.

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We give nonprofit organizations and pro bono lawyers a leg up.

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We provide students with hands-on experience.

Success Stories

Learn how an Oakland-based nonprofit law firm uses Everlaw to represent indigent clients on death row.

Everlaw for Good Programs

Everlaw for journalists

Journalists need the best investigative tools to dig through documents, locate key pieces of information, and weave them into stories. No matter the document type—whether emails, audio/video files, or PDF’s—journalists can use Everlaw to connect the dots. Everlaw also enables journalists to work with their teams in real-time—from wherever they are.

Everlaw for educators

Lack of ediscovery technology education in law school can impact efficacy in the courtroom. Aspiring lawyers and legal technology professionals are using Everlaw to supplement and enhance their ediscovery knowledge - before even starting in the workforce. Additionally, university-sponsored law clinics are utilizing our tools while providing legal services to clients.

Everlaw for nonprofit organizations

Nonprofit organizations are on the frontlines of some world’s most complex legal challenges yet only have a fraction of the resources of their larger for-profit counterparts. Everlaw works with nonprofits to help alleviate the burden of limited resources, and to provide fact-finding tools to promoting justice.

Everlaw for pro bono lawyers

Promoting justice involves increasing its accessibility. Everlaw supports the civic importance of offering legal aid to underserved members of society. That is why we are proud to provide our platform to pro bono lawyers and programs in law firms of all sizes. As we empower pro bono lawyers, we help to bridge the justice gap in the legal sector.

Success Stories

Learn how investigative journalists at the SF Chronicle are using Everlaw to uncover the truth behind radioactively contaminated land.

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