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Embrace the future of the legal profession.

It's time to do your best work with the power of modern AI. Our legal assistant frees you from poring over paper and enables you to focus on the truly strategic aspects for unmatched results.

Unleash your team's full potential

Important information is buried in boilerplate, scattered across thousands of documents, changing under new versions - yet you are responsible for making the right decision. Let our next-generation document understanding AI handle the tedious, repetitive work and give your team a competitive advantage when tackling complex tasks.

Semantic Search

Leave behind the limitations of keyword search: Our search engine speaks your language! With legal context understanding, formulating research questions has never been more intuitive.

  • Never miss any important information
  • Cut down time spent on legal research.
  • Don’t reinvent the wheel! Find all relevant cases and clauses to immediately get you started

Press and Media

Here you find all the lastest media coverage, award announcements, press releases and more

Mehr als nur künstliche Intelligenz

ETH-Alumna Paulina Grnarova will mittels künstlicher Intelligenz die Arbeitsweise im Rechtswesen Revolutionieren...

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Swiss Fintech Awards Winners Share Ambitions

The young company, which has so far targeted the legal sector, hopes the exposure will help it expand to the financial industry...

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Holistic contextual AI-based document processing

ETH LegalTech spin-off DeepJudge assists law firms, corporations, and courts by making data-sensitive administrative work more efficient...

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DeepJudge wins CHF 150,000 in final stage of VentureKick

DeepJudge’s software offers a next-generation AI-powered context-sensitive legal document processing platform...

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Rechtsinformatik Seminar, Bundesamt für Justiz

For the 21st year in a row, cantonal and federal authorities together with key players from the private industry are meeting to discuss evolutions in #legaltechnology

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Forbes 30 under 30: Die Werkzeuge der Anwaltschaft revolutionieren

Mit ihrem Jungunternehmen Deep Judge stellt Grnarova Anwälten neue Werkzeuge zur Verfügung...

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“Tu es einfach!” Women in Business

Als Doktoranden an der ETH Zürich haben wir uns auf das Verständnis von Texten mit Hilfe von KI spezialisiert...

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A Smart Use of AI

Our platform is designed to revolutionise the way lawyers and other legal professionals work...

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Partners, Awards and Associations

DeepJudge is the first ETH AI center spinnoff representing startups who turn their research into products to enter the global arena of AI-first solutions.

Our mission stood up to the competition in front of various industry juries and we are grateful for receiving significant financial support from Venture Kick Stage 1-3, SNF Bridge and Innobooster by Gebert Rüf Stiftung.

Since our incorporation in early 2021, our journey didn’t go unnoticed and we are excited to have received various prestigious awards including Forbes 30under30, Digital Shapers and Swiss Fintech Awards.

Meet our Team of Experts

Coming right from the frontier of AI research, our founding team of AI experts redefines the role of legaltech solutions in legal practice. Equipped with four PhDs in AI and 5+ years of experience in big tech companies, we know how to build AI systems that deliver the levels of quality, reliability and privacy that legal workflows demand.

Founders

Paulina

CEO

During her PhD Paulina has seen the AI revolution first hand at ETH and Google and decided it is time to challenge the status quo in legaltech with her own team of AI experts. While her PhD connected researches from OpenAI, Google Brain, and ETH Zurich, it's now her mission at DeepJudge to connect the legal world with AI technology.

Kevin

Chief Data Scientist

Kevin is a physicist turned computer scientist with a knack for data and algorithms. Kevin holds a PhD in Machine Learning from ETH Zürich. He was awarded the ETH Medal in Physics and has worked at Google Brain in Berlin and Microsoft Research in Cambridge UK.

Yannic

CTO

Yannic is our all-rounder: beyond his experience as a software engineer, his PhD at ETH and work at Google AI Language have put him in the forefront of training, building and deploying ML models. He is now leading the technical developments at DeepJudge.

Florian

Head of Research

Florian has a passion for text data and designs our core document understanding AI. During his PhD at ETH he focused on AI models that generate text and worked with Typewise on the future of predictive keyboards.

Team

Lucas

Machine Learning Engineer

Lucas is a machine learning engineer working on large-scale natural language processing. Before joining DeepJudge, he conducted research for Aleph Alpha, a German startup working on Artificial General Intelligence. Outside of work, he’s also an active member of HomebrewNLP and MLCommons.

Bilaal

Legal

Bilaal holds a Master of Law and is currently taking the bar exam. Thanks to his diverse experience throughout his legal training, he provides us with input to develop our product and acts as our in-house legal counsel.

Dimitri

Machine Learning Engineer

Dimitri is fascinated by algorithms and programs of all kinds. He’s especially interested in the intersection of AI and artistic applications, e.g. artificially generating music. After graduating as a Bachelor in Computer Science from ETH Zurich, his passion for applications of AI has led him to DeepJudge, where he applies the latest AI research to make people’s lives just a little bit easier.

Marvin

Machine Learning Engineer

Marvin is a software developer currently studying at ETH Zurich, where his interest in AI & the application of it to natural language has led him to DeepJudge. He is currently working as part of the ML team to do research and help further develop the product.

Jürgen

Senior Software/MLOps Engineer

Jürgen studied computer science and has several years of experience in software engineering and software architecture in different industries (life science, finance, insurance). He is fascinated about combining Software Engineering with Machine Learning/AI and building new solutions based on that. He is currently working on his M.Sc. in Artificial Intelligence.

Lukas

Software Engineer

Lukas is a software engineer who is passionate about creating fast and modern products using cutting-edge technology, a mission which is well aligned with his role at DeepJudge. Prior to joining, he studied Computer Science at ETH Zurich and was a part of the Code Expert Development team and acted as a board member of the student association VIS.

Aashna

Business Development Intern

Aashna is curious about the world of AI, and sees tremendous potential in using language as a way to connect people and make technology more widely accessible. She is currently starting her Master’s in Electrical Engineering at ETH Zürich, and is supporting DeepJudge part-time in our mission to revolutionise the legal industry!

Jonas

Software Engineer

Jonas is finishing his Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science at ETH Zurich and likes to see his work change a product for the better. He thinks that DeepJudge’s vision has huge potential and is glad to help transform it into reality. He also works as Student Teaching Assistant at ETH and is a board member of the association of computer science students and helps keep their infrastructure running.

Philippe

Software Engineer

Philippe studied computer science at ETH Zurich and is passionate about building polished and performant software. Philippe considers himself as a generalist and is comfortable working in any part of the stack. He joined DeepJudge to create a modern software experience that empowers employees in the legal industry.

Jason

Software Engineer

Jason is a software engineer whose interests in AI and law have brought him to DeepJudge, where he applies his knowledge of the latest technologies to make searching less of a hassle. He is currently studying computer science at ETH Zurich and acts as president of the association of computer science students.