taking aim at legal search.

Introducing descrybe.ai, the singular, generative-AI legal search engine that anyone can access, use, and understand.

Built in Boston. Free for everyone.

descrybe.ai is a 2024 Legalweek Leaders in Tech Law Awards Finalist. Read more 


How it works.

Our unique summarization and search process enables you to easily surface and scan relevant opinions, drastically reducing your research time.

Natural language search means you don’t have to match exact terms (i.e. golf course can also get results related to country clubs).

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.

2.9 billion

Words processed

From more than 6.6 million pages of opinions.


Judicial opinions summarized

From 29 states
(Texas just added!)

Frequently asked questions

Can't find what you're looking for?
Email us at [email protected]  and we will be touch.

    • 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, descrybe.ai 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?

      You can see the most up-to-date opinion availability by state on our opinion tracker.

    • Why don't you have cases for every state?

      We will. The goal is to have all available state supreme, appellate, and trial court cases plus federal district and appellate court cases loaded and searchable by the end of 2023 (or thereabouts).

    • 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.


AI is poised to revolutionize the legal space, and descrybe.ai 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

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 descrybe.ai continue innovating in this space.

Sergei Hovyadinov
JSD Stanford Law School, ex-Google lawyer,
and founder of legaltext.ai

What's Trending

Our process can be used to parse and summarize any type of document, but it is particularly useful for turning complex language into concise, conversational English for easy understanding by the general public. Here are some recent examples of what we are descrybing.

    • September 10, 2023
      United States of America v. Google LLC

    • August 25, 2023
      Robinhood Financial LLC v. Secretary of the Commonwealth

    • August 23, 2023
      Public Comment Draft — Curriculum Framework for Comprehensive Health and Physical Education

    • August 19, 2023
      Freedom to Vote Act

    • August 17, 2023
      Fifth Circuit in Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine v. FDA

    • August 15, 2023
      Trump Georgia Indictment