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Reliable. Transparent. Secure.
jhana is the legal-first AI.
Open access beta.
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Singular Space for Focused Legal work

What can jhana do?

Power Search
Review & Drafting
Why lawyers can't use ChatGPT
Feature video
Court Orders

Updated daily with AI headnotes

Acts & Supplements

Rules, notifications & supplements

Academic Scholarship

Reliable authorities per area

News & Web

Full web-browsing capabilities

Your Folders

Client files & enterprise templates

jhana cites 12M+ documents in minutes

Humanlike iterative research, always with quotes & links.
No assumptions. No black-boxes. 100% transparent.

10X faster than CaseText1
Built for the Indian jurisdiction

  unlike Harvey/SpotDraft2

Built by scientists

  unlike, well, most...3

1CaseText is a $650M company providing US caselaw research tools, starting at ₹18.5K/month per user. Based on the CaseText demo.
2Spotdraft provides smart templates, Harvey is client-data based. Neither are strong legal generalists.
3jhana provides neutral citations and original court documents, enabling direct print or easy export into SCC/Manupatra.


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I save significant amounts of time by using jhana as my paralegal. [It] understands the core meaning of my search queries no matter how I worded them, and I could research like talking to a person.

Pranav R
LLM Student at UC Berkeley

As a hardware company, compliance is a very tricky part... We use AI extensively on drafting and review of contracts... jhana AI will help us get these things done faster and better.

Praveen Mishra
CEO, ToHands (As seen on Shark Tank)

This is the future. It's like an associate for an Associate... jhana made me wonder if I should switch careers from corporate law to legal tech.

2nd-Year Associate
At a prominent national firm
Coming soon

Research as you draft as you research.

A paralegal in your Word.

Frequently asked questions

User files contain confidential and high-stakes client information. We appreciate the security and privacy needs legal documents require. jhana does not ever use, train AI models with, share or sell any uploaded files. Files are converted into numerical representations and indexes, and stored for your search and chat needs. These are permanently destroyed immediately when you delete them. They may live in secure caches for upto thirty days after deletion, but these caches are also soon destroyed.

We are a custodian of your data. Chats contain user ideas, thoughts, and confidential client information. We recognize this and embrace the great responsibility that comes with it. jhana does not use, train AI models with, or share any user chats. Chats are stored in a secure database, and are only accessible to you. They are permanently destroyed immediately when you delete them. jhana admins only access feedback data voluntarily shared by users such as % of chats liked or disliked and feedback messages you may submit to help us improve the platform.

jhana employs a comprehensive, multi-layered data security focused approach. We employ state-of-the-art security features including IAM authentication, verification mechanisms against identity theft, strong database-level encryption, role-based access controls, and SSL/TLS encryption over a secure HTTPS connection. We continuously update our security measures in an ever-evolving digital landscape. We are also prepared for hostile attacks with mitigation measures including robust middleware architecture to vigilantly gatekeep data flow, reverse proxies to counter DDoS attacks, and our content delivery network (CDN) distributes data across geographically dispersed servers.

jhana is built by world-class quantitative academics with expertise in tying AI to ground truth. We only publish models that we would feel comfortable using for our own legal work and carefully test all our models. But AI is a nascent and speedily improving science, and surely, we will stumble. We commit to being transparent about issues, and improving when our models fail to be accurate. Our AI will not always get it right, but we design its interface to make its claims easily verifiable and backcheckable.

jhana's AI is designed to be transparent and easily verifiable. Any claims by our AI include an in-line source link that takes you to the page of the original document that is being quoted. Our outputs also typically include quotations and Standard Indian Legal Citations (SILC) that explain the AI's reasoning. If you encounter an error or inaccuracy, please let us know by clicking on the feedback button below the output or the bug report button in the top right corner of the screen.

No. jhana is a legal research and writing tool for experts and professionals, not a legal advice tool. jhana is designed such that those proficient with the law can easily verify outputs for their fidelity and usefulness, which laypersons cannot. None of the generations of our tools constitute legal advice. While we recognize that some non-legal users might find jhana helpful to understand their lawyer's advice better, jhana should always be used in conjunction with a lawyer's advice, and never as a substitute for it.

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