- an elite association of legal artisans
dedicated to elevating their profession
- expert work product and redline variations
- questions asked and answered
- a means of demonstrating expertise
- a robust competition of ideas
- a way to make better law
Let's be our own most valuable resource.
When we come across an issue requiring legal research, the first source of information we often reach for is not WEXIS or books. Rather, we seek out the counsel of our trusted colleagues, either in our office or among our external peer group.
Only after tapping this first source of trusted information do we resort to our reporters, treatises, or online research sources - all of which are generally top-down, non-interactive, dated, and too often unhelpful.
Redline aims to broaden this first trusted research source to an elite cadre of lawyers who have experience with your precise issue.
Be a better lawyer by learning from better lawyers.
Are you especially proud of that jury instruction or indemnification clause that you’ve been using for years? Wouldn’t you like to know how other experts that you trust think about it? Aren’t you curious about how it could be improved or countered?
Be open and willing to put it out there and defend it, and learn in the process. You'll be a better lawyer by defending your work. And then you'll be making better law.
Harvest the glory from your now dormant articles and blogs.
The lawyer who publishes, tweets and blogs elevates herself and her profession, providing a valuable addition to the collective knowledge of our trade. She is exactly the kind of lawyer we seek.
We've created an environment that now allows you to publish to an expert and eager audience, ready to augment and challenge your scholarship.
Convert your existing articles and blog posts into thoughtful Redline queries, and invite colleagues you trust into these discussions.
- an elite association of legal artisans.
- expert work product and redline variations.
- a robust competition of ideas.
- a way to make better law.
By challenging ourselves and teaching our expertise, we will improve the law and its practice.
If you are eligible, please join us in elevating our profession.