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Level 2 Legal

"They provide better service than other vendors. The responsiveness time is noticeably better, and they really understand the case to get involved."

Partner, AmLaw 100 Firm

Level 2 Legal eDiscovery Solutions

One size doesn't fit all.

The evolution of legal technology in the past few years has been stunning. When Level 2 Legal began 11 years ago, we were still picking up boxes of paper documents from our clients - very sophisticated clients - and reading them line by line to find the smoking gun. True story: We would fly across the country, meet a client in an airport, pick up a briefcase of top secret docs, and fly back to Dallas to start reading. We've even been known to innovate with sledgehammers when necessary.

Today's Level 2 still provides the same levels of personal service and security that has led to our long-standing client relationships, only our tools have changed. Our reputation remains just as important as our ability to do legal work better, cheaper, and faster. And part of that reputation has been earned by building the trust with clients because we never force a solution based on a product. We build it based on your desired outcome.

To that end, we ask insightful questions, assemble the right teams, and develop custom strategies to keep moving steadily to your goals. If you are committed and comfortable with your in-house technologies, we will help solve your issues in those platforms, offering efficiencies and improvements along the way.

We also are adept at finding and deploying the right technology from our arsenal. We have cloud, on-prem, and hybrid solutions, all with the highest levels of security. A few of the main ones we offer include:

  • Nuix
  • Relativity
  • Brainspace
  • NexLP
  • Casepoint
  • Logikcull
  • Everlaw
  • Power BI

In today's world, there's no reason for a law department to be locked in to one technology when every matter is unique.