Idaho Legal Research Services for Attorneys

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NLRG's team of expert attorneys have been assisting our attorney-clients with high-quality legal research and writing services since 1969. We provide a wide range of services to assist solo practitioners, large firms, corporate counsel, and more. We have assisted over 50,000 attorneys on projects nationwide, including cases in Idaho. Our team of attorneys average 20 years of experience each and are specialized by area of law to ensure the best match for your particular case. If your firm is needing additional assistance with a case, contact us today to discuss how we can help you win your case. 

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Idaho Legal Research Services  


Pleadings and Discovery

Since our founding, we have assisted attorneys with over 165,000 cases. We have helped our attorney-clients with pleadings in every state and federal court since 1969, including Idaho. We can prepare motions to compel, motions for attorney's fees, motions to quash service and service of process, counterclaims and replies, and more.   

The National Legal Research team can help with small, simple cases, to large, nationwide cases in a variety of areas of law. In cases ranging from complex multidistrict litigation to relatively simple state court proceedings, the National Legal Research Group's attorneys have assisted our attorney-clients with the following discovery-related services: preparation for depositions, requests for production, motions to compel discovery, deposition summaries, interrogatories, and requests for admissions.

Trial and Appellate Briefs

Our Idaho legal research attorneys are experts in legal research, and legal writing. We have assisted with briefs in every state and federal court, including Idaho state courts. 

NLRG's team of attorneys can provide appellate brief writing services for Federal Courts of Appeal, Idaho Courts of Appeal, the Idaho Supreme Court, and the United States Supreme Court. In addition, we can provide appellate brief compliance review and filing through The Lex Group. If you need additional help with your case, please complete the form on this page to discuss how we can assist you.

Telephone or Email Reports

Our team can provide more cost-effective solutions to assist our attorney-clients in the form of email and telephone reports. When a written product is not required, this may be the best option for you. You still receive access to our expert legal research and analysis of legal issues, but at a lower overall cost. To discuss this option in more detail, please contact our team of attorneys. 

Legal Document Review

To help you streamline your legal document review process to better predict your cost upfront and meet your deadlines, we can help with this process. NLRG delivers the highest quality legal document review services to help free up your time, so you can focus on other areas of your case, or enjoy more free time away from the office. 

Legal Memoranda

NLRG can assist you with objective legal memoranda for case evaluation, trial and appellate preparation, strategic planning, or any other purpose prior to or in support of litigation or transactional analysis. Our team can help with Objective Memoranda, Advocacy Memorandum, Adversarial Memoranda, or Memoranda in Support of Motions.

Before outsourcing your legal research and writing, make sure it is being completed by legal experts. Our team of attorneys are specialized by area of law, average over 20 years of experience each, graduated from top U.S. law schools, and have assisted clients nationwide on over 165,000 projects since 1969. We can provide affordable services on an "as needed" basis for cases of any size. 


"I don't know what the ultimate outcome of this matter will be... but Mike armed me with a potent weapon for use in negotiation and, if necessary, litigation.  While this is a research memo, I expect to use much of it word for word... It will certainly form the foundation for a brief on a summary judgment motion.  Well done!"

—Richard Greenwood, Twin Falls, ID