The most persuasive arguments, legal standards, and authorities. No research required.

Every argument, legal standard and relevant authority in Compose has been written and researched by experienced attorneys.

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In-depth argument outlines

Just click an argument to add to your draft. Include it as written by our expert attorney editors or edit to make it your own.



Legal standards tailored to your side and jurisdiction

No need to hunt down legal standards that apply to your case. Thanks to Compose’s attorney editors, they’re now just a click away.

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Practice notes that keep you on track

Helpful practice notes alert you to changes in the law, or help you get the lay of the land on an unfamiliar issue.


Binding and persuasive authorities included with every legal standard

Easily select the authorities you want to cite, and add to your draft in an instant. Click in to any case to read it in full.

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Everything you need to draft winning briefs


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More than just a drafting tool

Yes, Compose can help you write and research your next brief, but it can help you with so much more.

Dive into drafting

Stop staring at a blank page and have your first draft done in mere minutes. Compose’s extensive argument outlines lay out your options so you can hit the ground running.

Get up to speed, fast

Compose can help you get the lay of the land in a new area of law with the help of in-depth research drafted and crafted by a team of former litigators.

Check yourself

Even if you already have a brief template you love, Compose provides an extra set of eyes to make sure you don’t miss anything that could make (or break) your case.


How a motion template is made

Every motion in Compose has been meticulously researched and written by experienced attorneys. An exhaustive system of internal feedback ensures that every argument, legal standard, circuit split, or citation is up-to-date and valid for each circuit.

Arguments outlined

All possible arguments and standards are assembled into an outline and organized in logical groupings.

Thoroughly researched

Our team of attorney editors reviews relevant treatises by leading legal scholars, and conducts a comprehensive review of briefs, to identify common practical applications of the law.

Supporting precedent found

Attorney editors look for supporting precedent to support the legal standards, aiming to find the most relevant, recent and binding authority in each jurisdiction.

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Reviewed by top attorneys

Every motion template is reviewed by an external advisory board, consisting of leading attorneys in their field.


Meet some of our attorney editors

It’s like having a team of attorneys working for you all the time. Compose’s editorial team is comprised of accomplished litigators with decades of experience from top Am Law firms, boutique litigation practices, and federal judicial chambers.

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Andy Sfeir

Andy was previously a litigator at Klarquist Sparkman, a boutique intellectual property firm where he represented plaintiffs and defendants in patent, copyright, trademark, and trade secret disputes. He clerked for the U.S. District Courts for the Central District of California and the District of Oregon. He received his J.D. from Stanford Law School and A.B. from Harvard University.

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Beth Monahan

Beth was previously a litigator at McCarter English, specializing in products liability cases in New Jersey and New York state and federal courts. After graduating from Boston College and George Mason University School of Law, Beth clerked for the Appellate Division of the New Jersey Superior Court.

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Danielle Brim

Danielle worked for 13 years in the Washington, D.C. office of King & Spalding, where her practice focused on products liability and toxic tort litigation. She received her J.D. from Vanderbilt Law School and B.A. from the College of William and Mary.

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Valerie McConnell

Valerie was previously a litigator at Jones Day where she represented clients in a wide variety of litigation matters, including products liability and intellectual property cases. She then joined an intellectual property litigation boutique, where she represented clients in patent, copyright, and trademark cases. She received her J.D. from Stanford Law School and a B.A. from Princeton University.

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Built into the Compose workflow

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