Everlaw Software


Everlaw is a cloud-based legal management solution specializing in e-discovery support. Key features include search capabilities, a prediction engine that calls up relevant documents and a context panel where users can see related documents grouped together.

Everlaw’s search function lets users drag-and-drop different filters into their search query. Filters available include document type, document rating and document language. Users can also search by team member or client.

Documents in Everlaw are ratable and Everlaw tracks users’ ratings. The system predicts which other documents users would rate highly and displays those documents first. Users can create their own prediction models based on specific codes and categories.

Everlaw also features a context panel, where users review and annotate related documents. Users can see duplicates, attachments and connected emails alongside the documents they’re reviewing.

Everlaw is priced per gigabyte of information stored in the cloud per month. It is offered only in the United States, Australia and New Zealand.


Everlaw - Dashboard
  • Everlaw - Dashboard
  • Everlaw - Case chronology
    Case chronology
  • Everlaw - Assignments
  • Everlaw - Document editing
    Document editing
  • Everlaw - Advanced search
    Advanced search
  • Everlaw - Search results
    Search results
Supported Operating System(s):
Web browser (OS agnostic)

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August 2018

August 2018

Great Functionality, but a Little Bit of Learning Curve



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There isn't much software out there that really takes a deep dive into the ediscovery process, but Everlaw is one of the best platforms I've tried yet.


This isn't really a fair criticism, but there is a somewhat steep learning curve with Everlaw. However, this is necessary to properly unlock all of its features, so you just need to roll with the punches.

Review Source: Capterra