Cory Andrews, Senior Litigation Counsel: “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.”

Arturo Bauermeister, Partner: “BriefCatch is like Word’s editing tool on steroids: It imbues the word processor with the wisdom of Point Made, Ross Guberman’s must-have work on modern legal writing. Although I tried only the first beta version, it challenged me with the thought-provoking suggestions that I needed not only to write a persuasive motion for attorney’s fees in federal court, but also to upkeep my reputation as a serious legal writer.”

Chris Bayh, Partner: “This product is sublime. Each time it gives me a couple dozen great notes, making a big difference in flow and punchiness. It also helps to eliminate bad habits, to make the next brief better the first time.”

Rebecca Blunden, Shareholder, “Happily paid for my license to BriefCatch. It makes editing out passive voice and verbiage creep so much easier AND faster. I thank you. My clients thank you.

Luke Bradley, Litigation Associate: “BriefCatch is an excellent tool. I used it to edit a brief that I had already 'edited' and that I thought was near its final form. BriefCatch found many areas that could be condensed or reworded. It provided thoughtful, practical suggestions for streamlining those problem spots. The result was a tighter, more readable brief. The whole process—for a 10,000 word brief—took me less than two hours, and the results were well worth it. I highly recommend it for litigators that frequently write.”

Jennifer Collins, Partner: “BriefCatch is a powerful tool tailored to address legal writers’ most common pitfalls. While BriefCatch is an excellent way to tighten up an individual project, it is also an incredible educational tool because it offers immediate feedback and constructive criticism.”

Julian Dayal, Lawyer: “No matter how hard I try to shed them, I always write with blinders. Legalese, needless repetition, run-on sentences, hifalutin words, and other affronts to clarity and readability—they somehow slip through. BriefCatch catches them. Quickly, easily, effectively. I recommend BriefCatch to all of my colleagues and none of my competitors.

Dan Devos, Partner: “A proofreading tool focusing on the current legal writing styles, BriefCatch brings a freshness to my work product. It is easy to use and effective. I am looking forward to using BriefCatch in its current form as well as its future versions.”

Ian Gaunt, Lawyer: “BriefCatch quickly finds the smudges to polish out of your writing, leaving your text more clear and more convincing. BriefCatch's metrics then tell you just how clear, all while providing solid grammar suggestions--the passive-sentence catcher, for example, is easily the most useful I've ever seen.”

Kellen Hade, Lawyer: “BriefCatch makes me a better advocate. It instantly removes jargon and clutter from my writing, making it far more persuasive. And it reinforces better writing over time by identifying bad habits—to which I was often oblivious—that I can avoid in future briefs.”

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Erika Lietzan, Law Professor and former BigLaw Partner: “I am stunned. BriefCatch is a phenomenal piece of software that will help even experienced writers. Guberman has shown us for years that he knows how to make legal writing sing, and this software embodies everything he has been preaching. The program correctly identified dozens of places where I needed to tighten my latest draft article, explaining the issues and suggesting concise replacement language. The criticisms and suggestions were spot-on. I will be using this to review all of my articles going forward. If you are in private practice, you should install the program immediately. It will improve your writing.”

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Derek Reinbold, Harvard Law Student: “Brief Catch 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.”

Cameron Roberts, Lawyer: “I’ve been a fan of Ross Guberman’s Point Made series since law school. But recalling the lessons from Point Made while writing briefs has always been a challenge. BriefCatch solves that problem by putting Mr. Guberman’s pointers right next to your draft. I found myself accepting nearly all of BriefCatch’s suggestions to “relax the diction” and “shun legalese.” Thanks to BriefCatch, I employ my worst writing crutches less often and use more of the simple, forceful prose favored by top legal writers.”

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Paul Sherman, Senior Attorney: “BriefCatch is a fantastic tool. It made me aware of bad habits I didn't even know I had. Editing is faster and my briefs read better.”

Michael Skotnicki, Of Counsel: “BriefCatch makes any brief better, as can human editing, but the real benefit is making a really good brief a great one by catching issues that your law partner cannot.”

State Court of Appeals Judge: “Now that I’ve used BriefCatch.com, I can’t help but think of it while sitting here reading through the briefs for my next docket. So many of these briefs would have been so much better had the authors used it. There’s a reason BriefCatch.com has a 'Reading Happiness Score' and a 'Punchiness Index.' And that reason is that it’s just a slog reading through briefs that score poorly. Help out your judge. Put the brief through BriefCatch.com and learn how to get better scores and write better briefs.

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