Access statistical profiles of companies, lawyers, judges and courts.
Stay up-to-date on matters in the legal system using the Jurimetrics Newsfeed, an information tool for the social media age.
Significantly reduce due diligence times through aggregated information access.
Access our data for your internal modelling and analysis.
We are partnering with publishers and government to collect, filter, sanitize, sort and analyse data from decisionmakers, tribunals and licencing bodies. We have collected thousands of cases from Australia into our database and have linked the information together to provide insight and analysis not seen anywhere before.
We have automated systems in place to collect government information and extract the useful data.
We sanitize the data and link it together in our database to ensure that you see the signal and not the noise.
Our service presents you with the big picture, telling you exactly what you need to know, without having to read all those documents.
Conrad is a Law and Commerce graduate. He has experience working in corporate legal services, recruitment and in Australian and international economic think-tanks. Conrad has been responsible for the development of Jurimetrics’ core value proposition and vision. He has lead the development of the production team and Innovation Network.
Chief Technical Officer
Henry is a self-taught developer with experience working for eNett and LiveHire - two highly successful Australian startups. He has strong technical skills across the whole stack. Henry always has a strong focus on good software development practices and greatly appreciates immediately understandable code.
Sam is a self-taught software developer with degrees in Law and Arts. He has worked at two companies that make operating systems, Canonical and Endless Mobile Inc. He has interned at top tier, mid-tier and boutique law firms. Sam also has a strong focus on building maintainable software that delivers outcomes for users whilst still maintaining professional and innovative designs.