How We Help


Claudius is a neutral, unbiased tool that seamlessly processes case files, culls similar cases from the historical record, produces a fully validated verdict prediction, and certifies the prediction for use in mediations and settlement discussions. It’s transformative technology that drives PI revenue.

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Editing a law journal? Drafting a law review article? Claudius will analyze your article’s projected scholarly impact, instantly identify the most similar law review articles published over the past two decades, and gather any and all missing references.

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Predictive Superiority

Claudius Legal Intelligence has spent years building predictive AI in subfields of the law that suffer from data scarcity.

What we overcame

In personal injury, many case results are protected by confidentiality agreements; the few results that are shared through public-facing repositories tend to be outlier cases, that is, attorney self-reports regarding extremely high or extremely low verdicts.

How we overcame

Claudius Legal Intelligence has worked directly with firms, leveraging privacy preserving technology, such as federated learning, to learn from sensitive data. In addition to natural language processing, machine learning, and other technologies that fall within the AI ambit, Claudius also makes use of ensemble modeling and the products of years of academic research.

The result?

In Claudius’s chosen legal spaces, no one else comes close.


Mission and Identity

Our mission is to enable the world’s transition to artificial legal intelligence, and our constant aim is to make sure that this transition leads to increased access-to-justice.

Claudius Legal Intelligence is a legal tech company bringing innovative AI solutions to attorneys, legal scholars, and others in the legal space. At the center of all of our products is an artificial intelligence, Claudius, that emerged from research originally conducted at Princeton University.Claudius has received support through Princeton incubators and accelerators, Duke Law School’s Tech Lab accelerator, the National Science Foundation’s Innovation Corps — and the AI is currently supported by a National Science Foundation SBIR grant.