vLex launches vastly expanded Vincent legal GenAI toolset and AI-focused Co-Development Lab 

Global legal intelligence innovator vLex added litigation and transactional GenAI tools for analysis and summarisation of legal documents.

vLex  launched a powerful suite of generative AI-backed document analysis tools for litigation and transactional practitioners to the Vincent AI platform  on 16 April 2024. Vincent AI Document Analyze augments lawyers' responses to legal documents, drawing from the world's most comprehensive global library of legal information.

In addition, vLex now offers vLex Labs to select Vincent customers—enabling them to create proprietary AI-powered workflows with the help of a dedicated team.

These developments underscore vLex's commitment to developing innovative legal research solutions that go

Vincent AI Document Analyze offers customizable GenAI-backed workflows that enable legal professionals to interrogate legal documents and use Vincent's legal analysis abilities to begin drafting strategic responses. Benefits include:

  • Rapid Analysis:Vincent summarizes documents, and compares law across jurisdictions, replacing hours of non-billable time in minutes.
  • Rapid Response: Vincent analyzes claims, generates defenses, and anticipates counterarguments.
  • Streamlined Contract Analysis:Vincent instantly carries out tasks such as identifying problematic clauses, and providing mitigation steps.

All insights are linked to primary and secondary law materials in vLex's global repository, enabling verification with one click.

The new document analysis feature can be used with documents from any region. Vincent AI's research workflows are available to legal professionals in the US, the UK, Ireland, Spain, the EU, Singapore, Mexico, Chile, and Colombia, with New Zealand launching in May 2024.

vLex also launched vLex Labs--an exclusive in-house service that provides Enterprise customers access to leading experts on legal AI, uniting industry leaders such as Fastcase, Docket Alarm, Justis, and NextChapter.

Leading the team will be Dan Hoadley, who recently joined vLex as Head of R&D. The team will have a global scope, and work with firms to co-develop custom workflows, prepare data, and more.