BlueLine was founded by two recent graduates of the University of Pennsylvania Law School. The two first imagined automating legal tasks after working at the Penn Law review.
The software was developed with the help of a developer with a M.S. in computer science from Columbia University and a Penn Law professor who has a J.D. from Yale Law School and a Ph.D. in economics from MIT.
The former editor-in-chief of the Penn Law Review consulted extensively on the project.
Let us be the best at taking away your worst work.
BlueLine is not another legal research platform. It is also not another tool to automate secretarial office work. Our vision is much more exciting.
We believe that software can integrate seamlessly into the existing workflow of legal practice, to automate the worst aspects of legal work and enable lawyers to focus on providing high-value work to their clients.
Legal clients are more cost sensitive than ever and the legal field is far more dynamic and challenging than it once was. For motivated lawyers, this should be seen as an opportunity. Successful modern lawyers will utilize technology to minimize costs, improve their work product and maximize the time they spend on highly-skilled, highly-valued work.
Better legal writing is just the beginning.