Neota Logic Named Legal AI Leader by National Law Journal

Neota Logic Named Legal AI Leader by National Law Journal
Neota Logic Named Legal AI Leader by National Law Journal

New York, NY – Feb. 5, 2018 — Neota Logic announced that it was named to the National Law Journals inaugural list of Legal AI Leaders. The company’s AI-driven platform for intelligent automation of expertise, documents, and business processes was recognized for its ability to scale expertise and enable law firms and their clients, corporate counsel and compliance leaders, to do “more for less.”

Business users can build powerful apps, without programmers, to deliver just-in-time guidance on legal, regulatory, and policy questions, to manage workflows, and to draft transactional and other documents. Neota Logic 9, just announced last week, extends the platform to no-code data management and analysis. “Advanced technology is essential in modern legal services,” said Michael Mills, Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer of Neota Logic. “What the machines can do, lawyers should not. What the machines can do is growing at an impressive pace. We are pleased to be recognized by the National Law Journal along with other Legal AI leaders.”

About Neota Logic

Neota Logic delivers artificial intelligence software that makes doing business easier. Our AI software platform and reasoning engine enable our clients to automate their expertise intelligently at internet scale through applications accessible 24/7, and to improve business decisions while reducing risks and costs. For more information, visit

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