vLex extends Vincent AI’s capabilities with innovative case analysis feature

17 April 2023

London, United Kingdom. April 19, 2023. — vLex now offers access to a first-of-its-kind, AI-powered case analysis feature. Initially available across common law jurisdictions, this new update to Vincent AI uses complex large-scale language models to extract and present the key legal issue from judgments, and generate headnotes, for over 50 million court cases.

This new case analysis feature is an extension of Vincent AI’s capabilities, improving its existing key phrase and paragraph recognition abilities. The technology used to produce the summarised headnotes has been trained on vLex’s global legal data to help legal professionals understand a judgment at a glance, and subsequently interact with more documents to ensure no important information is missed. In particular, this adds significant value to vLex’s extensive collection of unreported cases, enhancing their visibility, accessibility, and use.

vLex prides itself in being a market leader when it comes to using AI to build the best tools possible to improve legal research for our users. This feature - and many more to come - demonstrates our commitment to that cause.”— Robin Chesterman, Global Head of Product, vLex.

vLex is a leading provider of multi-award-winning technology and global legal information, offering comprehensive and intuitive access to the law in over 200 jurisdictions. Recognised as the Overall Legal Research Solution Provider of the Year 2022, vLex provides over two million lawyers, researchers, government departments, and law schools around the world with access to bespoke technology that enhances research and the connectivity of over 130 million editorially enriched legal documents, all on a single intelligent platform. For enquiries, please contact press@vlex.com.

For more information, please call vLex on +44 (0) 20 7284 8080 or email us at hello@vlex.com.