Compliance just got easier and a lot less expensive. . .
Secure software to automate review and streamline legal workflow.
Merlin Digital Magic is a “NewLaw” Technology Company, building world-class software to help teams meet compliance obligations, review documents and automate complex workflow. We have been at it for more than two decades, designing, developing and hosting systems for many of the largest companies and law firms in the world.
Our clients are NewLaw innovators, people who want to make legal processes more efficient and cost effective. Many run the best legal organizations in the world. All are driven by the need to streamline workflow, reduce errors and automate repetitive tasks, driving down costs in the bargain.
We specialize in secure cloud computing, incorporating the latest search, workflow and machine learning technology into our code. It allows us to deliver what clients value most—speed, scalability and cost savings—and to deliver them simply and securely from anywhere in the world.
We make Digital Magic for NewLaw innovators all over the world.
We combine deep legal expertise with a savvy team of software engineers and cloud operations professionals. Our job is to help turn ideas into reality, through customized compliance, review and legal workflow software.
There are a lot of reasons our clients choose Merlin to build NewLaw software to help their legal departments or law firms manage compliance, review documents and automate complex workflow. Here are the top five:
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Don’t miss this next episode of Tar Talk on August 12, 2020 at 2 PM ET
Maura Grossman, a member of the Merlin Legal Open Source Foundation, and her colleague at the University of Waterloo, Gordon Cormack, have been tapped by the Canadian Health Authorities to use their groundbreaking Continuous Active Learning® algorithm, originally designed to make legal search and review more efficient, to find medical research documents that may speed