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Electronic Brief

We have worked with many law firms and understand how painful it is to prepare a brief.
It’s a critical task but involves a lot of manual work which can keep one team member occupied for hours.

ReVal Legal Support Services can deliver professionally prepared electronic brief or bundle of documents as per your requirements.

All that you require to have a brief in ready state is covered by us.
No need to do any manual work as our professionally prepared briefs will include everything you seek.
Categorised and properly organised documents
Paginated index
OCRed collated documents
Faster turnaround

Complete Electronic briefs
We are not a platform which just prepares the index.

At ReVal Legal Support Services, we understand the importance of freeing up your time and energy.

That’s why we offer specialized and expert paralegal services in preparing electronic briefs for barristers.


We take care of the heavy lifting on your behalf so that you can focus on what you do best:

practicing law and growing your business.

Our team of experienced professionals are trained to handle all the aspects of electronic brief preparation process. Further, we also make good use of our proprietary technical tools to get the work done efficiently.

From renaming and sorting all the relevant materials such as court documents, correspondence, statements, financial documents, expert reports and so on to organizing, indexing and compiling them into a comprehensive electronic brief, we do it all.

How does it work?
Step 1 - Instructions
Documents are received through a secured link.
Step 2 - Review
We review the documents and provide you an estimated timeline within which the job will be completed.
Step 3 - Execution
We start the working on organising the documents and prepare a draft index.
Step 4 - Review
The draft index is reviewed by you.
Step 5 - Delivery
Once the draft index is approved, we deliver the completed electronic brief through a secured link.
Over being sorted and converted into a professionally prepared briefs by ReVal Legal Support Services already.
Many law firms trust ReVal Legal Support Services to get their electronic brief done.


The Time Drain of Preparing Electronic Briefs, Court Books and Document Bundles for Australian Law Firms

If a law firm does 10 electronic briefs (average 50 documents each electronic brief) in their family law practice each month, do you know how much time they are spending each month on this task?

The answer is more than 30 hours. Only doing this!

Preparation of electronic briefs, court books, and document bundles can eat away significant time for Australian law firms due to the following reasons:

Manual Processes

Preparation of electronic briefs, court books, and document bundles is majorly a manual process. This is always time-consuming and labour-intensive, as it requires lawyers and support staff to manually rename, categorize, sort, index, collate and then paginate documents.

Inefficient Document Management

Many law firms don’t even have procedures and protocols in place to divide the documents in separate folders with proper naming convention in the legal practice management software. It’s sometimes done from the case-to-case basis but there is no standard operating procedure.

Sometimes even there is no process for adding documents in legal practice management software. This even makes it difficult to keep track of what has been filed and what still needs to be added.


The process of preparing electronic briefs, court books, and document bundles can be quite time-consuming.

Overall, preparation of electronic briefs, court books, and document bundles can be a significant drain on the time and resources of law firms. This can lead to last minute rush or even delays.


It is important for law firms to work with an expert paralegal services provider which knows and can implement the standard process and systems. This can assist law firms in streamlining their workflow and improving their efficiency.



Following is the process that we follow:

  1. You will need to provide the documents (if they can be attached to emails) or through a link (Dropbox, OneDrive etc.) of documents.
  2. Once we receive them, we will quickly start working on sorting the documents.
  3. By end of the day, you will receive a status update of the task progress including the estimated time that we will take to complete the task.
  4. A draft index will be shared with as soon as we have done the sorting of documents.
  5. Once approved, we will provide the final documents through a OneDrive or Google Drive
  1. We will send the draft index to you for your approval which will be finalised only upon your instructions. If you need any revisions in the draft index, this will be done at no additional cost (subject to point c below). The electronic brief will be completed as per the suggested revisions.
  2. Once we have provided you the finalised documents and if, at a later stage, you want to remove any of the documents or just want to rearrange the documents in the electronic brief prepared by us, we will do that at no extra cost (subject to point c below).
  3. If the revisions at any stage will include adding of more documents, we will provide you with a quotation for that as that’ll additional work.

The data provided by you is highly secure. We adopt the best practices when it comes to maintaining confidentiality in the data of our clients. We ensure your information is not leaked or disseminated to any third party.

We process a large number of documents each month and produce several amazing electronic briefs each month. So far we have worked on over 500,000 documents and converted them into electronic briefs.

If you have any specific instructions or preferences of doing the index or pagination, provide them too.

You do not need to pay anything in advance. We’ll raise our invoice only after providing you the completed electronic brief.

  1. There is no set rule, however, to get an electronic brief done, we will need all the documents which you want to share with the barrister.
  2. Generally, all correspondence with client or any other internal messages are to be avoided unless you specifically want them to be shared with the barrister.

Typically, an electronic brief in a family law matter will consist of around 50-60 documents. It takes around 3 hours to create this electronic brief. So, if your law firm is doing 10 electronic briefs in a month, they are spending around 30 hours or around 4 working days or close to 20% of the time each month in preparing electronic briefs.

Work with us and have us do the heavy lifting in electronic brief preparation for you. Save time. Earn more.