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Working with universities

Neota Logic collaborates with universities to present courses in which students learn how to create software applications that “think like lawyers” to conduct analysis, provide guidance, generate documents, and facilitate interaction between clients and lawyers.

As students gain hands-on experience building applications, they simultaneously learn traditional legal skills and how to serve the 21st-century needs of clients—all while promoting access to justice.

In the course, students commonly work in small teams work with a pro-bono organization as a client. They design and build real-world applications that help the organization fulfill its mission, some for internal use, others for use by the organization’s own clients.

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University Programs
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University deans talking about the courses

Georgetown University

Melbourne University

University of Technology Sydney

Student competition apps

University of Limerick

Georgetown University Competition

"By working with technology providers like Neota, we are able to package our advice into powerful products that save time, money & enable clients to deploy that information in a smart way."
Monica Sah
Partner at Clifford Chance
"Being able to speed up this process by giving specific, tailored advice is paramount. Not only does it free up our lawyers but also enables our clients to be served answers immediately, at any time."
Emma Dwyer
Capital Markets partner at Allen & Overy
"We see the value in leveraging Neota to increase efficiencies and offer new kinds of services to our clients to ensure they get the best possible support, at scale."
Greg Siskind
Founder of Siskind Susser
"Neota Logic's expert system platform enables anytime, anywhere precision"
Scott Rechtschaffen
Chief Knowledge Officer - Littler Mendelson P.C
"Neota demonstrated clear benefits of applying the technology and we are looking forward to benefiting from the efficiencies that will result from using the software and reasoning engine.”"
Maya vanden Driesen
Group General Counsel at Wesfarmers

University Partners