Drafting the best briefs doesn’t require a team.

Compose helps solo and small firms increase efficiency, save time, and do their best work.

Increase efficiency with faster and more accurate brief drafting


Never miss an argument or case again

Like having your own team of paralegals, Compose attorney editors carefully write and research every argument, legal standard and authority so you don’t have to.

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With Compose, I know I’m not going to get caught off guard by opposing counsel.”


An always up-to-date brief bank

Expert attorney editors compile and regularly update the arguments and legal standards on Compose, so you always have the most current and relevant information at your fingertips as you draft.

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Most briefs are only going to deal with a handful of positions, but with Compose you have them all there, even the more niche ones.”


Get your time back

With help from Compose, you can spend less time on the rote, repetitive parts of drafting, and more time fine-tuning that argument or even taking on an additional case.

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I like being able to save time and pass along savings to my clients. Compose would help me do that.”


Use the most cutting-edge technology

Compose includes access to Parallel Search, groundbreaking search technology powered by transformer-based neural networks. Search using full sentences to find on-point case law based on the complex concepts behind your statement.

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Casetext’s latest tool – Compose – promises to be indispensable for all our readers who litigate for a living, and to usher in a new era in legal briefing.”


See how Compose increases efficiency

Compose’s expansive Argument List and groundbreaking Parallel Search enable attorneys to draft briefs more efficiently.

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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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