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What types of problems can CoCounsel solve?
What types of problems can CoCounsel solve?

Learn how CoCounsel Skills can complete substantive legal tasks

Valerie McConnell avatar
Written by Valerie McConnell
Updated over a week ago

You delegate a wide range of substantive tasks to CoCounsel, including conducting legal research, analyzing and summarizing large databases of documents, and more.

The following chart summarizes common types of problems that CoCounsel can solve and the specific CoCounsel application (or "skill") may be most helpful for that problem:

Problem

Solution

You have a ton of documents, and you need to find a document that addresses a particular topic or answers a particular question.

In other words, you’re looking for a needle in a haystack.

CoCounsel’s “Search a database” Skill

You want to do a thorough, word-by-word review of a set of documents to answer a set of questions.

CoCounsel’s “Review documents” Skill

You want to do a thorough, word-by-word review of a set of contracts to answer a set of questions.

CoCounsel’s “Extract Contract Data” Skill

You want to receive a memo answering a legal research question.

CoCounsel’s “Legal Research Memo” Skill

You want someone to review a set of contracts to determine whether those contracts comply with a specific set of policies or guidelines

CoCounsel’s “Contract Policy Compliance” Skill

You need help figuring out the types of questions to ask in a deposition.

CoCounsel’s “Prepare for a Deposition” Skill

You have a long, complicated document, or a set of long, complicated documents, and want a summary of the relevant information.

CoCounsel’s “Summarize” Skill

Please note that the problems summarized above are illustrative, not exhaustive; there is a lot you can do with your own AI legal assistant. For recommendations on how you can use CoCounsel to perform tasks that are not covered by specific applications or skills, please see the article entitled, “Can I perform tasks that are not covered by CoCounsel’s skills?”

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