Open Source Software for Legal
A Home for Legal Open Source
The Merlin Legal Open Source Foundation strives to foster education about the benefits of open source software; provide a central platform for legal professionals to collaborate on open source development projects; and distribute open source software under free license to individuals and organizations around the world.
Our goal is to improve access to justice and to make legal and regulatory processes more efficient and effective through the use of open source software and secure cloud computing.
The Merlin Legal Open Source Foundation is a non-profit corporation recognized by the United States Internal Revenue Service as a tax exempt charitable and educational organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Advisory Board Member Shawn Curran and his law firm Travers Smith have launched a new open source software project called Etatonna, which uses AI to analyze contract clauses.
Robert Ambrogi interviewed Executive Director John Tredennick for his LawNext podcast.
Attend Docacon 2020, a virtual conference for Docassemble Users and Developers Merlin Legal Foundation Advisory Board Member Jonathan Pyle will be leading Docacon 2020, an