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Recent Blog Posts

In an unprecedented leap forward, Alexsei launches unlimited monthly subscription plans!

July 10, 2018
By: Alexsei Team

Up until today, Alexsei has only offered plans based on the number of questions. For example, if you wanted to ask Alexsei 20 legal research questions in a month, we’d have a monthly fixed fee for that.

Today, however, in an unprecedented leap forward, Alexsei is now rolling out unlimited plans, completely eliminating the cap on the number of questions a user can ask. Instead of usage-based pricing, pricing for an unlimited plan is based on the number of users on an account, with each user permitted to ask Alexsei an unlimited number of research questions.

Alexsei's take on point-first writing for legal research memos

June 19, 2018
By: Mark Doble

Point-first writing is one of the most important guiding principles in drafting an Alexsei memo.

Specifically, point-first writing requires a proposition to be stated clearly before that proposition is developed or supported. Laskin, J.A. stated the following in an article about writing more persuasive factums:

Unfortunately, too many factums contain either point last writing or no-point-at-all-writing. Lawyers seem to resist giving their conclusion upfront. They think that readers need to understand how the argument develops, or that readers will not appreciate their point until they are familiar with the relevant facts or that an anticipated conclusion will make the ultimate conclusion repetitive. As valid as these concerns may be, they do not outweigh the desirability of point-first writing.

At Alexsei, point-first writing is essential to writing a concise and persuasive memo. And while this article is not focused on the principles of concision and persuasion (each require their own), there are a few things to say here as they relate to point-first writing.

Alexsei partners with the Legal Innovation Zone!

June 15, 2018
By: Mark Doble

Every day we are making great progress towards accelerating the development of legal research automation, and this past week was no different as we officially joined the Legal Innovation Zone at Ryerson University.

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Users must be currently enrolled in an accredited Canadian law school.

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Recurring MONTHLY fee of

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No monthly usage limits.

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