Alexsei can answer any legal research question, about any area of law, in any jurisdiction that we operate. From civil procedure to tax law (and everything in between), we’ve got you covered.
Alexsei’s proprietary AI technology cannot provide you with a subjective legal opinion – that’s why your clients need you – a lawyer. Instead, Alexsei is designed to help lawyers form opinions about their clients’ situations by answering legal research questions in memo format with the most relevant, up-to-date caselaw and legislation. Alexsei’s memos help lawyers understand the law, form an opinion, and refine their arguments.
In order to answer your question, Alexsei reviews and synthesizes millions of cases and legislative documents. If your question can be answered by referencing caselaw or legislation, Alexsei can provide you with a memo. But, if your question requires reference to secondary sources, like newspapers or journal articles, it’s best to refine your question to focus on the objective state of the law, as set out in caselaw and legislation, so that Alexsei can help.
The level of specificity of an Alexsei memo corresponds to the level of specificity in the question asked. If you ask a general question, Alexsei will return a memo that provides a broad overview of the area of law and sets out the basic principles.
Lawyers often begin by asking Alexsei a general question, and then ask a series of progressively more narrow questions to focus on more specific points of law.
While asking a general question will result in an Alexsei memo that provides a broad overview of an area of law, asking a specific question will generate an Alexsei memo with a narrowly focused answer.
Formulating a specific legal question requires some general knowledge of the area of law that you are asking about. If you aren’t sure where to start, you may want to start by asking Alexsei a general question to develop the knowledge that you need to focus your research.
Alexsei will answer the question you ask. If you have a question about breach of contract but use the word “rescission” when you meant to ask about “repudiation,” the memo that Alexsei provides in response will be different from what you expected. You can ensure that your memo answers the question that you had in mind by using correct legal terminology.