The Ultimate Editing Tool for
the Serious Legal Writer
“In seconds, BriefCatch can perform a strong first-round edit that would take me an hour or more to perform by hand.”
Branden Bell, Counsel
Morgan Pilate LLC
Trusted by Supreme Court justices and leading law firms.
Focus on what to say,
not how to say it.
BriefCatch is the tool of choice for serious legal writers. That’s why our clients include Supreme Court Justices, the Department of Justice, and some of the world’s largest law firms, not to mention thousands of other judges, agencies, and lawyers of every type.
11,000 fixes at your fingertips
Put more than 11,000 state-of-the-art edits at your fingertips with just one click.
Get help with everything from formatting citations and catching extra spaces to polishing your language and making your points flow more smoothly.
Beat the time crunch
Enjoy peace of mind when the stakes are high so you can focus on substance, strategy, and your expertise.
Learn from the best
BriefCatch lets you in on Ross Guberman’s decades of experience leading thousands of writing workshops (see below) and incorporates his analysis of best-in-class legal work.
Match writing wits with the best.
Tired of editing products with stale technology and static edits? BriefCatch features the latest in natural language processing, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.
We mine this data to fine-tune both our editing rules and our BriefCatch scoring system, which lets you compare your drafts with the writing of legal luminaries such as Paul Clement, Elena Kagan, and Antonin Scalia.
Working hard for you around the clock.
We strive to make BriefCatch work better every day by listening to user feedback while continually refining and expanding our universe of unique edits and consistency checks.
MEET THE FOUNDER
Ross has conducted thousands of top-rated writing and editing workshops on three continents for prominent firms, agencies, and courts. With degrees from Yale University and The University of Chicago Law School, Ross is the author of best-selling books, the judiciary’s choice to train new federal judges, an expert witness, a former lawyer at a top firm, a former law school adjunct professor, a popular conference speaker, and a frequent commentator for The New York Times and other publications. Ross created BriefCatch to solve countless legal-writing challenges. He uses the product every day.
BriefCatch 3. Love is all around.
“BriefCatch is an innovative tool that blows its competitors out of the water—it is a must-have piece of software for any lawyer, law student, or judge.”
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“I cannot say enough good things about BriefCatch. Not only is it easily the most reasonably priced tool in the legal space, it is easily the most useful add-on available. It is the rare piece of software that reflects a thoughtful and complete focus on its user in every line of code.”
Lawyer and Professor
“BriefCatch is like having a second set of eyes built into your computer. And because it explains its suggestions, you’ll soon find yourself preemptively correcting things like passive voice or flat verbs before you even run a program. Far and away the most useful software for legal writing I have ever used.”
“BriefCatch is a game-changer for legal writers at all levels. For new lawyers, it's a patient writing instructor, pointing out common problems and demonstrating how to fix them. For experienced lawyers and judges, it's a thoughtful copy editor, challenging you to reconsider flowery words and convoluted sentences. For everyone, it's an eagle-eyed proofreader, spotting typos and other gremlins you're likely to miss.”
Lawyer and Law Professor
“Everyone needs an editor. With BriefCatch, not only can you have the nation's premiere legal-writing expert as your own personal copy-editor, but you can receive his invaluable feedback instantaneously.”
Senior Litigation Counsel
“BriefCatch is an intuitive and useful tool. Its scores are easy to digest and its feedback helped me improve writing that had already passed through several rounds of my own edits.”
Harvard Law Student