Legal document environmental impact calculator

A typical lawyer uses 20,000 to 100,000 sheets of paper per year, according to a survey by the Washington, D.C., firm of Arnold & Porter. While the concept of a paperless law firm is getting easier to imagine, it's only recently that firms have thought about the environmental impact and business costs of all of that paper. To reduce your firm's paper usage, consider using Lawyaw's automated legal drafting, simplified document review, and eSign features.

Calculate the environmental impact of your firm's paper use to learn more.

Amount of resources you could save per

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Gallons of water
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Pounds of wood
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Pounds of waste
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Pounds of greenhouse gasses
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KW hours of energy
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On average, about 35,000 legal documents are created every day with Lawyaw.

If you printed them all out and laid them end to end, they would stretch about 6 miles. That's a lot of trees we've saved by generating and electronically signing legal documents.

Read more about how technology can help your firm build more sustainable practices while getting a competitive advantage.

Disclaimer. Environmental impact estimates where made using the Environmental Paper Network Paper Calculator Version 4.0. Data is based on averages from the North American paper industry. For more information visit