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NexLaw 101 Getting Started Guide – Legal Research 

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Legal Writer - Legal Research (Legal Argument)

Click on Legal Research and choose Legal Argument. 

Enter your jurisdiction and the statement you wish to argue or discuss. 

The generated result will display the information you entered and the content of your argument. 

You can edit the argument in the editor section. 

The left section displays the content of your argument, while the right section shows alternative discussions.

Scroll to any argument that you want to amend.  

Click on the “AI Suggestion” button to see the alternative discussions provided by NexLaw. 

You can evaluate the discussions and compare them with the alternatives provided in the right section. 

If you wish to replace the current discussion, you can choose an alternative suggestion. However, keep in mind that the current discussion is the best recommended or proposed as the most relevant among them all. NexLaw provides two alternative arguments that you can use to edit.  

You can upload a document to generate discussions related to the argument as well. 

If the document is unrelated to the argument, no discussions will be generated. 

You can upload two documents per discussion. 

After uploading your document, you can choose a discussion to replace your current one. 

You can save the changes made or generate a summary for the cases. 

Clicking View Summary directs you to NexLaw Summarizer.  

The summarizer displays the summary of the case, NER tags, and the complete case file. 

At the summarizer, you can export the case in PDF or document form. 

You can also copy the generated summary.  

Finally, back to the top part, you can export the content.  

 

That’s all about the Legal Argument feature.  

Legal Writer - Legal Research (Legal research memo and opinion)

The legal research memo gives you the chance to evaluate and research relevant case law, investigate important information utilizing available resources, analyze those facts considering that law, and objectively predict how a case might turn out. Often times, putting the research together in a proper format is a tiring job, but NexLaw is here to help you. 

Click on Legal Writer and choose Legal Research Memo and Opinion. 

Enter your jurisdiction, the issue in research, the background findings of the issue and the brief answer you come up with for the issue. 

The generated result will display the information you entered and the content of your research memo. 

You can edit the argument in the editor section  

The left section displays the content of your research memo, while the right section shows alternative discussions. 

Scroll to any discussion that you want to amend.  

Click on the “AI Suggestion” button to see the alternative discussions provided by NexLaw. 

At the right section, you can choose for alternative discussions to amend your discussion. 

You can evaluate the discussions and compare them with the alternatives provided. 

If you wish to replace the current discussion, you can choose an alternative suggestion. However, keep in mind that the current discussion is the best recommended or proposed as the most relevant among them all. 

NexLaw provides two cases that you can use to edit your information. 

You can upload a document to generate discussions related to the content as well. If the document is unrelated to the content, no discussions will be generated. You can upload two documents per discussion. After uploading your document, you can choose a discussion to replace your current one. You can save the changes that have been made.

In addition, you can generate a summary for the case by clicking Generate Summary 

Then, clicking View Summary directs you to NexLaw Summarizer.

The summarizer displays the summary of the case, NER tags, and the complete case file. 

At the summarizer, you can export the case in PDF or document form. 

That’s all about the Legal Research Memo and Opinion feature.