Rhode Island Legal Research for Attorneys

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We provide legal research and writing services to assist solo practitioners, corporate counsel, medium-sized firms and large firms. Your work will be completed by a team of expert attorneys averaging over 20 years of experience each.  Each attorney specializes in specific areas of law. NLRG has been providing legal research and writing services for attorneys in every state, including Rhode Island, since 1969. If you find yourself needing additional help with your case, contact our team of attorneys today to learn more about how we may be able to help you win your case. 

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Rhode Island Legal Research Services


Legal Memoranda

The National Legal Research Group's attorney team has helped over 50,500 attorneys since we were founded in 1969. We can provide 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 Adversarial Memoranda, Objective Memoranda, Advocacy Memoranda, or Memoranda in Support of or in opposition to Motions. Contact our attorneys using the form on this page or call us directly to learn more about our legal research and writing services. 

Trial and Appellate Briefs

Our Rhode Island legal research attorneys have many years of experience in both legal research, and legal writing services. We have prepared for our clients briefs in every state and federal court, including Rhode Island.

The National Legal Research group can also provide you with appellate brief writing services for Federal Courts of Appeal, Rhode Island Courts of Appeal, the Rhode Island Supreme Court, and the United States Supreme Court. In addition, we now offer the service of appellate brief compliance review and filing through The Lex Group. 

Legal Document Review

The legal document review process can be quite lengthy depending on the case. Our expert attorneys can help you expedite this process by providing you with high-quality legal document review services to help you free up time for other areas of your case. This can help you better meet your deadlines and provide a more accurate up-front cost. To learn more about this service, contact our team of attorneys today.

Telephone or Email Reports

There are some cases where a written product is not required. In these instances, the research attorneys of NLRG can provide telephone and email reports to help you with your case. This allows you to receive the same expert analysis in a more cost-effective manner. To discuss the specifics on this service, and to see if it is a good fit for your case, contact us today to speak with one of our attorneys directly.

Pleadings and Discovery

Since we were founded, we have helped our attorney-clients with pleadings in every state and federal court, including Rhode Island. We can prepare for you complaints, answers and affirmative defenses, motions to quash service, motions to strike, and notices of removal.

We have assisted attorneys with a wide range of cases--from complex multidistrict litigation to relatively simple state court proceedings, we have helped with the following discovery-related services: interrogatories, requests for production, deposition summaries, motions to compel discovery, requests for admissions, and preparation for depositions. 

We would be more than happy to discuss how we can help you with your case. If you are an attorney in need of legal research and writing services to help you win your case, contact our team of attorneys to learn more about our process. We have helped over 50,500 attorneys since we were founded, and we would be happy to help you, too.


"You were on time and under budget."

—Stetson W. Eddy, Tiverton, RI

"Brett Turner did a nice job, as usual."

—Jeremy W. Howe, Newport, RI

"Very happy with the cited cases and discussion! I’m a small solo in a niche practice. I already do a lot of research because my cases are influenced by state, federal and military law, as well as yearly legislation. Since I need to do that nuanced interpretive work myself, it really helped to have somewhere to turn to assist with one of my slightly more mainstream, but very essential, research needs."

—Susan Darnell, Portsmouth, RI