Powerful Judicial Analytics

Finally, actionable judicial analytics for the most strategic state trial court practitioners.


Make the RIGHT decision

Our judge analytics dashboard gives you the data you need to evaluate, nurture, and navigate your most complex state court cases. Trellis leverages the largest and deepest set of context-rich state court data from hundreds of fragmented trial courts, so you have the power to do what you do best - win!

With Trellis, You’re the Expert

With access to hundreds of millions of state trial court records, you'll always be the smartest attorney in the room.


Grant Rates

Take a deep dive into your judge’s ruling tendencies on specific motions across practice areas. Compare your judge to other judges in the county and state.


Case Load

Review your judge’s caseload broken down by practice area and matter type. Understand where you’ll need to be the expert, or where your judge already is.



Share timing and important case milestone expectations with your client and team to better staff, plan, and manage your cases.

Never take a shot in the dark in state court again …

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Judge Analytics you can act on ...

From timing, to grant rate, to outcome analysis, be prepared to be empowered.

  • Biography - Learn practical information about your judge including their career history, political affiliation, evidentiary rules, and clerk's contact info.

  • At a Glance - Everything you need to understand your judge - on one page. Review your judge’s open cases, average case duration, and experience in specific practice areas or matter types.

  • Motion Analysis - Research your judge’s grant rates on specific motion types, by practice area. Compare your judge’s ruling tendencies to other judges in the county and state to reveal where your judge may be an outlier.

  • Case Outcome - See how different case types yield different outcomes. Make practical decisions based on the results and dispositions of similar cases.

  • Case Milestones - Understand expected number of days to reach common case milestones, including trial or settlement.

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