changing legal search for good.

Meet, the generative-AI legal search engine that anyone can access, use, and understand.

Built in Boston. Free for everyone.

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How it works.

Our unique summarization and search process enables you to easily surface and scan relevant opinions, all using plain english or legal terminology.

You can search across all 50 states (plus the District of Columbia) as well as all federal appellate district, and supreme courts.

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Frequently asked questions

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    • How does this work?

      Our servers have been running 24/7 since February 2023, reading judicial opinions and using generative AI to summarize and make them searchable using natural English.

    • Is this related to ChatGPT?

      While we use a similar AI engine to ChatGPT to summarize complex legal documents, does not use ChatGPT nor does it search the internet.

    • What do you track?

      We only track what is necessary to make the tool work. We have Google Analytics so we can see general website traffic, but there's nothing to individually identify you since we don't have accounts or registration.

    • What states can I search?

      Our database includes every available state appellate and supreme court judicial opinion in the United States since January 1, 1980, along with Federal Appellate and District Court opinions.

    • How current are the opinions I can search?

      It depends on the court. Some courts make their opinions available right away while others do not. includes the most recent opinions available. Check the Opinion Tracker to see the latest upload date for the court you are interested in searching.

    • Can I use these summaries in my own work?

      These summaries and the search results are for reference only to point you in the right direction for your research.

    • Why are you offering this for free?

      Because we want people to use it. There is nobody doing what we are doing and getting folks to adopt something new is always hard. So we want to make it easier.

    • Okay, but again, why for FREE?

      Well, we also believe that the AI revolution will only benefit everyone if people design it that way. So we did.

    • Who are you?

      We are a husband and wife team based in the Boston, MA area. He’s tech, she’s biz dev/marketing.

Generative AI is changing legal research. We have a big head start.

Our servers have been running 24/7 since February 2023, reading judicial opinions and using generative AI to summarize and make them searchable using natural English.


Hours of summarizing

Our servers have been very busy.

5.2 billion

Words processed

From more than 15.6 million pages of opinions.


Judicial opinions summarized

From 50 states and the District of Columbia


“The growth in the justice tech sector is incredibly exciting and companies like are leading the way. Their decision to prioritize using AI to improve access to justice will not only help close the justice gap but will inspire other entrepreneurs to take the same approach, which benefits all of us.”

Maya Markovich
@Executive Director and co-founder, Justice Technology Association

“... the search results were relevant, easy-to-read and very informative. Much, much better than any legal database search engine I have ever used. Your research site is a major improvement.”

Bruce Freeman, Esq
@Editor, New York Appellate Digest

“AI is poised to revolutionize the legal space, and is an early innovator. Their system of making searchable summaries brings access to many that would otherwise struggle to read and understand miles-long documents. I'm looking forward to the evolution of their product.”

Mike Lissner
@Executive Director and CTO, Free Law Project

“It's impressive to see legal AI innovators like emphasizing access to law from the very beginning. I'm enthusiastic about their commitment to making legal resources more accessible.”

Olga V. Mack
@Fellow at CodeX, The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics & Generative AI Editor at law.MIT (former CEO of Parly Pro)

“descrybe's cutting-edge approach demonstrates the potential of new techniques to make searching and finding applicable cases faster and more thorough. Their technology opens new possibilities for how large language models might augment legal professionals' work and improve access to case law knowledge. As someone passionate about both law and technology, I am thrilled to see such a promising new AI application and look forward to watching continue innovating in this space.”

Sergei Hovyadinov
@JSD Stanford Law School, ex-Google lawyer, and founder of