Visalaw.ai Immigration Law Firm Partners with Fastcase to Develop Novel AI Software
(Washington, DC and Memphis, TN) – Siskind Susser, PC announces partnership with a legal software company to launch new cloud-based Ai technology to aid in immigration processes.
Visalaw.ai, founded by lawyers and innovation professionals at nationally known immigration law firm Siskind Susser, PC, has entered into a collaboration agreement with Fastcase, the legal technology and data company, to assist its NextChapter company in the development of a state-of-the-art immigration case management and document automation system. The new product will build on the NextChapter case management platform and will incorporate thousands of pages of practice management materials from Siskind Susser partners Greg Siskind and Ari Sauer’s new “Cookbook”.
“We are excited that lawyers relying on the Cookbook will now have a case management system customized to match the systems in our book,” said Greg Siskind. In addition to checklists, client questionnaires, and process steps like other products have, the NextChapter product will have document templates, sample government forms, “cheat sheets” to help lawyers avoid submitting cases before every necessary step is taken, and detailed overviews of the law applicable to a particular case type.
In addition to providing content for NextChapter, Visalaw.ai and Siskind Susser will work closely with the NextChapter team to develop a case management product that meets the day-to-day practice management needs of immigration lawyers. “We’ve been studying the immigration case management space for years including conducting an annual in-depth survey of immigration law firms regarding their case management systems. We plan on applying that research to this project and focusing on helping NextChapter deliver a product that is ground-breaking, user-friendly and helps legal teams automate their practices in new ways. The goal is to help firms deliver better results for clients, maximize productivity and, ultimately, be more profitable,” according to Visalaw.ai co-founder Josh Waddell.
For NextChapter, as Vice President Mandy Ballinger notes, “the vision to extend beyond bankruptcy workflow to general practice first with Doc Creator | NextChapter (nextchapterlegal.com) forms automation and now in support of Immigration practice workflow enables more and more law firms to generate workflow solutions from client intake to forms creation to invoicing and firm management.”
Founded in 2020, Visalaw.Ai utilizes technology to better equip law firms to practice immigration law more efficiently and help businesses and teams to maintain immigration compliance without sticker shock. Our tools are used by law firms, companies, universities, hospitals, and non-profit organizations. Visalaw.Ai was established in collaboration with Siskind Susser P.C., one of the leading immigration law firms in North America. Learn more at https://www.visalaw.ai/. Twitter: https://twitter.com/visalaw_ai LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/visalaw-ai/
Fastcase is a comprehensive legal intelligence company, founded in 1999 and based in Washington, D.C. Partnering with nearly every state bar association and the District of Columbia, Fastcase serves more than 1.2 million lawyers from around the world. The company provides an innovative research suite of primary law, dockets, treatises, legal blogs, analytics, workflow tools, and legal news. For more information about Fastcase’s smarter legal tools, visit the company on Twitter at @Fastcase or visit www.fastcase.com.
NextChapter began as bankruptcy software, transforming the messy and complicated process of preparing bankruptcy forms into a streamlined, easy-to-use app. NextChapter’s secure, online web application allows attorneys and their staff to prepare Chapters 7, 11, 12, and 13 bankruptcy cases using automated workflows, integrations, client texting, hearing schedulers, client intake portals, case management tools, firm customizations, and more. NextChapter has since expanded into workflow automation for all areas of law, providing features such as document automation, client intake portals, case management tools, and more. Based in Columbus, OH, NextChapter was founded in 2013, launched in 2016, and acquired by Fastcase in 2019. For more information, follow NextChapter on Twitter at @NextChapter_HQ or visit https://nextchapterlegal.com/.