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Clearbrief automatically pulls up every factual and legal source you cite to in your draft, side by side with your writing, and points out mistakes in what you said vs. what your source says.


Jacqueline Schafer is the founder and CEO of Clearbrief. She won the 2021 WA State Bar Award for Legal Innovation for her work founding Clearbrief as well as her 2020 law review article, Harnessing AI for Struggling Families. Schafer began her career as a litigation associate at the New York law firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton, & Garrison, and spent the majority of her career as an Assistant Attorney General in the Washington and Alaska Attorney General’s Offices, where she specialized in appellate practice and complex litigation. Before joining the startup world, Jacqueline also served as in-house counsel for the national nonprofit Casey Family Programs, where she negotiated agreements with state courts across the country and managed impact litigation. In addition to her pro bono appellate advocacy for several nonprofits in the Northwest, she serves as a founding board member of the Washington State CASA Association, a board member of the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra, and an advisor to the startup X4Impact. She graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania (where she sang with John Legend's former a cappella group!), and cum laude from Boston University School of Law.

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Show the judge why you win. The only tool that instantly finds and links to the best record documents to support each sentence in the brief, while you write.


Root out lazy opposing counsel.

Clearbrief flags where your opponent is misrepresenting the record or the case law in their brief.


This legal writing startup is using AI to spot misrepresentations in litigation docs


New AI-powered legal writing tool aims to help lawyers craft winning briefs

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