San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 09, 2014
Ravel Law is honored to announce that Co-founder and CEO Daniel Lewis has been selected by ALM’s The Recorder as a winner of one of their first-ever Innovator awards, which honor original approaches to improving delivery of legal services to clients of all kinds.
The Recorder has named 25 winners, and recipients come from large and small law firms, legal departments, startups, nonprofits and academia. The Recorder’s editorial team chose Ravel as an award recipient for its development of advanced legal search, visualization and analytics technology, noting that many thousands of attorneys are using Ravel to dramatically reduce the amount of time they spend researching.
“I am honored that The Recorder chose Ravel for this award. It is a positive reflection of the dedication, expertise, and hard work of our entire team,” Ravel’s CEO Daniel Lewis said. “We also want to congratulate our fellow award winners, including Craig Jacoby from Cooley, who is our go-to legal counsel, and Ron Dolin of Stanford, who is an advisor and investor.”
In addition to the Innovator award in 2014, Ravel has been featured in major publications, including on the cover of the ABA Journal and in Wired.
About Ravel Law
Ravel builds powerful and intuitive legal visualization and analytics technology to move beyond basic research and expose case winning insights about the law. Lawyers using Ravel discover extraordinary, highly relevant results that would otherwise go unfound, with an array of tools powered by machine learning, natural language processing, and data-visualization. In today’s increasingly global and digital world, Ravel helps attorneys find and exploit valuable knowledge gleaned from vast quantities of information. Founded by lawyers, Ravel spun out of advanced research at Stanford University’s law school, computer science department, and d.school.