Simple pricing for barristers
Currently, eBrief Ready Pro is free for all users. Later this year, we will move to a paid service for certain features. Sharing briefs is always free. The introductory pricing for barristers is set out below.
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All prices are excluding GST.
Frequently Asked Questions
Account and access
Click on the Forgot Password link in the eBrief login screen. Enter your registered email address and click continue. You will receive an email to the registered email address with the password reset link. Click the link and reset the password. You will now be able to login to your eBrief account with your new password.
You may cancel your account at any time in accordance with clause 14 of the Agreement by contacting or emailing us at email@example.com
We are not required to maintain a copy of any content you have uploaded to the eBrief system, and we may delete such content and any other data owned by you without your consent upon cancellation of your account unless otherwise agreed.
Any attempt to gain access to, alter or disrupt any account, software, hardware (including, without limitation, the Service) or network relating to the Service without authorisation is not allowed.
eBrief is not compatible with versions of IE 11 or prior. It does work with Microsoft’s latest browser Edge, Google Chrome, Firefox and Safari.
Documents and user content
You can upload as much as 200MB per document.
Your free account on TA Law eBrief includes 10GB of space. However, we may decide to charge fees for some of our Services in the future.
If your eBrief account reaches a capacity of 10GB or more, you may be requested to upgrade your account and pay for extra storage space. If you are requested to upgrade your account and pay for extra storage, we will provide you with a price list at that time.
At this stage, we just accept PDF’s.
Yes, we OCR (optical character recognition) any documents that are not searchable.
Yes, you can share your matter with other members of your team.
The solicitor has given you upload permissions only, ask them to delete this share and add a new share which gives you full permission.
The OCR process will remove any internal hyperlinks. To resolve this please OCR the document first. You can do this with your own OCR package or upload the document into eBrief and when the OCR is completed, download it and apply the hyperlinks. You can then upload it again with the hyperlinks now on the OCR’s version.
Please see this guide on OCR https://blog.talaw.com/tech-in-brief/what-is-ocr-and-why-does-it-matter-to-lawyers
Most likely reason is that you are using an old version of Internet Explorer. Either update your Internet Explorer version or use Chrome
Yes, just copy the matter to yourself by clicking on the Copy Matter icon on the Matters page and use your own email address to copy to.
All your documents are held securely on Amazon AWS, the servers are located in Sydney so your data stays inside our sovereignty.
Our servers for TA Law eBrief are located in Sydney. We are using Amazon AWS for our infrastructure and all transmission of data is done over SSL. All passwords are encrypted in our database using bcrypt. All documents are stored on Amazon S3 servers and are encrypted. The only people who have access to the information are users the barrister chooses to share data (matters) with and TA Law staff who need to access the system for development or troubleshooting purposes. All our staff (full time and contractors) have signed confidentiality agreements.