Ravel Law is a new legal search, analytics, and visualization platform. Ravel enables lawyers to find, contextualize, and interpret information that turns legal data into legal insights. Ravel's array of powerful tools – which include data-driven, interactive visualizations and analytics – transforms how lawyers understand the law and prepare for litigation. In today's global and increasingly digital world, Ravel empowers attorneys to benefit from this huge influx of information and find value in it.
In 2012, Ravel spun out of Stanford University's Law School, Computer Science Department, and d.school, with the support of CodeX (Stanford's Center for Legal Informatics).
We're based in Palo Alto, California.
Larry Kramer, Dean of Stanford Law School 2004-2012, President of the Hewlett Foundation
Matthew Burkley, CEO Genscape, Harvard Business School
Asif Makhani, Director of Engineering, Search at LinkedIn
Tim Stanley, CEO of Justia, Founder of FindLaw
Michael Dearing, Harrison Metal, faculty at Stanford d.school
Paul Santinelli, Partner at North Bridge, previously a Director at Red Hat and CEO of NOCpulse
Ravel's funders include:
If you're a programmer interested in the law, a lawyer interested in tech, or a designer interested in data visualization, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org