TypeLaw helps you create a quality brief, allows you to focus on your argument, automatically builds your tables, and gives you back valuable time. Our vision is to enable all lawyers to create quality briefs quickly, easily, and for a fraction of the cost.
Submit a draft to TypeLaw
Draft your brief as you normally would in Word or WordPerfect. You only have to draft the argument. Don’t worry about adding a cover page or preparing your tables and certificates. TypeLaw will create and insert those automatically.
Receive a formatted brief (PDF) in 1 hour
TypeLaw processes your draft, formats your citations, creates and inserts tables and certificates, and emails you a formatted PDF within 1 hour.
Use our website to make changes
After you receive your formatted PDF, you can review and make changes to it using TypeLaw’s website. A TypeLaw version of your brief is already in your account and you are free to edit it as many times as you like 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All of the brief’s tables instantly and automatically update without having to ask for help from TypeLaw.
Prompt service. Great support. Saves me hours instead of using the Word or Word Perfect TOA and TOC software. Program is not without its quirks but once you know it, it's really a time and accuracy saver.
It saves me from having to go to therapy for stress induced by tables, formatting, etc. Seriously, speed, efficiency, quick feedback to questions. Can't live without it now.
You provide a terrific service at a reasonable price. Completely reliable, fast turnaround when needed, and the formatting is perfect.
TypeLaw fills a need that could only otherwise be filled with hiring someone to do the work in office. In my practice I don't have enough work to support a full-time or part-time assistant, so this is the perfect solution.
Your product is very professional looking, done well, timely, and for a reasonable price. The answer to a sole practitioner's prayers!
It saves a ton of time. It would have taken a staff member at my office 1-2 full days to do what TypeLaw did. The price is tough to beat, and I plan on using TypeLaw for all of my future appellate work.