“If an editing program can clean up a Supreme Court Opinion, imagine what it can do to your brief.”

Written by Ross Guberman on October 13, 2022

If your editing chops can improve published work product, hats off. You’ve fine-tuned a document that’s likely faced many rounds of editing, often by many hands. That’s all the more true for a high-profile Supreme Court opinion.

With that high bar in mind, legal-tech guru Bob Ambrogi recently ran Justice Thomas’s opinion in Bruen through one editing product. See what he found.

We took the same Bruen opinion and ran it through both BriefCatch 3 and Grammarly. Check out the output below. And enjoy deciding which product suits lawyers and judges the best!


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All the best,
The BriefCatch 3 Team


Ross Guberman

Ross Guberman

Ross Guberman is the president of Legal Writing Pro LLC and the founder of BriefCatch LLC. From Alaska and Hawaii to Paris and Hong Kong, Ross has conducted thousands of workshops on three continents for prominent law firms, judges, agencies, corporations, and associations. His workshops are among the highest rated in the world of professional legal education.

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