Frequently Asked Questions

What is document review?

Document review is the phase of discovery where an attorney reviews produced documents or documents to be produced and determines their relevance to the case. This work can be time and resource intensive as documents regularly number in the thousands and each one has to be reviewed. Many law firms outsource this process to document review agencies, which staff attorneys and provide the resources for them to review these documents.

What is is a centralized place for attorneys to post their profile and availability and for document review agencies and law firms to view and select these attorneys for projects.

What does do? connects attorneys with agencies and firms who are staffing document review projects.

With, attorneys can create a profile and update their availability to show when they want to be put on projects. Attorneys only need to create a profile once to be considered by all the document review agencies and law firms in their area.

Agencies and firms can search these profiles to find available attorneys who match their needs and then make an offer to staff them on upcoming projects. There's no need to spend money on posting to job boards or spend time contacting attorneys to see if they're available anymore. With, agencies and firms only need to fill out a search and a list of matching available attorneys will appear instantly.

It's as simple as that. You save time, money, and resources. With, you can focus on what really matters.


There are currently over a dozen document review agencies in most major cities. For an attorney to be considered for a project, she or he needs to send a resume to a document review agency and then attend an interview with the agency. This process has to be repeated for every agency, which is duplicative and wasteful. Attorneys and document review agencies lose time and money. avoids the need for duplication, saving you time and money and allowing you to distribute your resources where they are needed most.

What other benefits does offer? also offers a time tracker to allow attorneys to track their billable hours.

We're working on a couple other things to make document review a seamless experience, so sign up and we'll email you whenever we update the site!

Who is for? is for any US attorney interested in performing document review as well as any agency or law firm interested in staffing attorneys on a document review project.

What about non-barred JDs?

Many projects require a bar license from some jurisdiction, but some permit the use of JDs who are not yet barred. Feel free to sign up - if a project occurs that only requires a JD, agencies and firms will be able to view your profile!

What about people who don't have their JD?

The minimum requirement for participation in a document review project is a JD degree. If you don't have one, then your profile won't become active and you will not be searchable in our database.

Do you offer remote document review projects?

We offer all different types of projects, including remote document review. When you fill out your profile, be sure to choose "Remote" as an option in the "Project Locations" section to be considered for these types of projects.

How much does it cost to use is free for reviewers to use to be invited to projects.

Do you employ document reviewers?


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