In 2015, LegalServer created Houston.AI, a web-based platform to help non-profit legal aid agencies more effectively serve indigent clients. At its core, Houston.AI is a series of microservices that leverages artificial intelligence, machine learning, and expert systems to perform many of the routine tasks that take up so much of attorneys’ time - allowing them to focus on the legal needs of those who cannot afford a lawyer.

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The platform was recently featured in the National Law Journal’s 2019 Emerging Technologies list, which is the publication’s inaugural look at the “leading technology companies that are changing the ways that law firms and legal departments operate.”

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The National Law Journal (NLJ) is a monthly magazine founded in 1978 to report legal information of national importance to attorneys. The publication reaches tens of thousands of attorneys each month via its print publication and its website at Law.com.

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It’s an honor for Houston.AI to be recognized among the top legal technologies in the country by NLJ. We’ve worked hard over the past few years to make the platform accessible and useful for attorneys doing important work that affects so many people.
IV Ashton
CEO & Founder

For more information about how Houston.AI is helping provide meaningful access to justice, head over to its website.