FAQ

What is Citasca?  Citasca is a lawyer-to-lawyer marketplace for reusable work product and other content about the law.

What types of things can I post in Citasca?  Forms, templates, checklists, CLE materials, boilerplate, articles, blog posts, podcasts, videos, public court filings, and specific cited points of law. Have something else in mind? Contact us.

Do I need to create a Citasca account to purchase content?  No, but creating an account gives you access to additional features including rating content.

Do I need to create a Citasca account to post content?  Yes.

Is Citasca a law firm?  No. Citasca is also not (1) a platform to connect attorneys and clients or prospective clients or (2) a place to procure or provide legal advice, counsel, representation or services.

Who is responsible for the content posted on Citasca?  The person who posted it. Citasca reserves the right to screen content on Citasca, but we make no representations or warranties with respect to user-generated content.

How does Citasca make money?  By deducting a commission of 15% from the purchase price of paid content purchased through Citasca.

What is your refund policy?  We want you to be 100% satisfied with your experience with Citasca. If you are not happy with your purchase from a seller for any reason, Citacsa will provide a full refund.

Is my credit card data secure?  All credit card and other sensitive payment data is handled and processed by Stripe. We do not have access to, store or collect credit card data.

I have feedback on Citasca. Where do I send it?  We highly value your feedback and ideas. Please contact us to let us know how we can improve your experience with Citasca and make it more useful for you.

How’d you come up with the name “Citasca” and how do you pronounce it?   Lake Itasca is the headwaters of the Mississippi River. Add “Cite” to the front, and you have “Citasca” (pronounced “sci-tas-kuh”).