Data sizes are getting larger, and your workload more demanding. Get an edisclosure platform that makes life easier, not harder. Predictable pricing, easy-to-use interfaces, and modern technology prepares you for whatever comes your way—from complex litigation to FOIA requests.

Most U.S. attorneys general use Everlaw for edisclosure and document analysis.

Everlaw is used by U.S. State Attorneys General in every state.

Predictable Cost

Never be surprised by your edisclosure bill again. Choose the model that works best for you: per gigabyte pricing or an annual contract. Both models include unlimited users, unlimited uploads and productions, and access to all of Everlaw's features.

Everlaw is Soc 2 Type II certified.


Everlaw’s primary data source is stored on secure AWS cloud servers located in Frankfurt, Germany, which surpass industry standards for privacy and security. AWS has ISO 27001, ISO 9001, ISO 27017, ISO 27018, PCI DSS Level 1 and SOC 1, 2, and 3, certifications, in addition to meeting global compliance standards for many other legal and security frameworks, including the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) when it becomes enforceable in May 2018. You can read more about AWS’ compliance practices here.

At Everlaw, we routinely undergo rigorous security testing of our entire security infrastructure by an independent third party auditor. Everlaw also has its own SOC 2 Type II certification in Security, Availability, and Confidentiality, demonstrating that our system is designed and operating effectively to keep your data secure.

You can activate two-factor authentication on your cases, requiring all users to authenticate every computer or device through which they access Everlaw by providing both their password and another piece of information. The second factor can be a one-time code delivered to their email address or a rolling code from the Google Authenticator app on their mobile device.


Everlaw has updated our systems, policies, procedures, and agreements to be compliant with the GDPR and is taking steps to prepare for the e-Privacy Regulation that is intended to come into effect in 2019. View our Privacy Notice.

Everlaw executes Data Processing Addendums (DPA) where required in connection with the Everlaw Service. If you have questions or would like to review the Everlaw DPA, please contact us at


With Everlaw, your review teams can be faster and more accurate. Case administrators love the robust assignment tools, flexible and powerful predictive coding system, and deep analytics for reviewer and team performance. Reviewers will love the blink-speed search, sub-second page-to-page and document-to-document navigation, and intuitive interfaces. Give your team a tool that works for them, not against them.


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