North Dakota Legal Research Services for Attorneys

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Since our founding in 1969, we have helped over 50,000 attorneys with top-notch legal research and writing services. Our work is completed by attorneys, for attorneys. We have a team of attorneys averaging over 20 years of experience each, all who graduated from top U.S. law schools, and are specialized by area of law. We have helped attorneys nationwide for many years in a wide range of cases, including cases in North Dakota. To learn more details about our services, contact us using the form on this page or call now. 

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North Dakota Legal Research Services

Legal Memoranda

NLRG has completed over 165,000 projects for our attorney-clients. We can help 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. We can assist with Objective Memoranda, Advocacy Memorandum, Adversarial Memoranda, or Memoranda in Support of Motions. To discuss your case in detail, please contact our team of attorneys today, we are here to help you. 

Pleadings and Discovery

The National Legal Research Group has helped with pleadings in every state and federal court since 1969, including North Dakota. We can prepare motions for attorney's fees, motion in limine, counterclaims and replies, answers and affirmative defenses, motions to quash service and service of process, and more.  

Over the years, we have assisted in a wide range of cases. 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: deposition summaries, motions to compel discovery, interrogatories, requests for production, requests for admissions, and preparation for depositions. 

Telephone or Email Reports

For a more cost-effective option, and when no written product is needed, we can provide you with email and telephone reports. This gives you access to our attorneys' legal research and legal analysis expertise. To learn more about this option to see if it is right for you, contact us today. 

Legal Document Review

The legal document review process, while important for your case, can be quite overwhelming at times. To help you save time, meet deadlines, and review more documents at a greater speed, consider outsourcing this task to our team of attorneys. We can provide the highest quality of legal document review services. 

Trial and Appellate Briefs

NLRG North Dakota legal research attorneys have years of experience and expertise in both legal research and legal writing.  NLRG has prepared briefs in every state and federal court, including North Dakota state courts.  The National Legal Research group can provide appellate brief writing services for Federal Courts of Appeal, North Dakota Courts of Appeal, the North Dakota Supreme Court, and the United States Supreme Court. We can also offer the service of appellate brief compliance review and filing through The Lex Group. 


Our legal research and writing services are provided by highly-experienced attorneys with over 20 years of experience, all graduating from top U.S. law schools, and specialized by specific area of law. We pride ourselves on quality, efficiency, and affordability. Let's talk about how we can help you win your case, contact us today. 



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