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Powered by state-of-the-art AI, Westlaw Edge Quick Check securely analyzes your brief to suggest highly relevant authority that traditional research may have missed.
- Quality check a final draft
- Reveal weaknesses in an opponent’s document
- Refresh a past winning argument
See how it works
Simply and securely upload your brief to find new authority and related law. In addition to checking your own work, you can also analyze your opponent’s work to identify potential weaknesses in their arguments.
Once you securely upload your brief, Quick Check leverages state-of-the-art AI to examine the text, citations, and structure of your uploaded document to detect the legal issues covered. It then identifies recommendations that are highly relevant to the issues in the input document, but not otherwise cited.
In just minutes, Quick Check delivers an easy-to-review report that delivers relevant recommendations based on the headings in your document.
View the holding most related to the issue for which a recommended case is being provided, so you can verify immediately whether the case is in your favor or not.
Quickly review relevant text to help determine whether the recommendation is helpful or not.
See which cases in your document the recommendation relates to in order to gain context and help associate the recommendation to the discrete legal points in your document.
Use filters, including documents recently viewed or foldered, to help you focus on the recommendations that are most relevant to your research.
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Quick Check will save customers a ton of time. It may even save a client's entire case.
Advantages of intelligent document analysis
In just minutes, Quick Check analyzes your brief to identify your legal issues and show you relevant authority that traditional research may have missed.
Full integration with Westlaw Edge allows you to filter out what you’ve already viewed or saved to a folder. Plus, KeyCite provides the information you need to verify the cases you cite are still good law.
Verify the quality of a completed brief, improve an early draft, update a filing from a prior matter, evaluate a colleague's work product, or jumpstart the reply to a motion.
Analyze whether an opponent has cited an overruled case, and quickly see if the point of law impacts your matter. Also find cases that were relevant to your opponent’s issues that they chose not to cite.