Sites Now Make Case Law Available Free
research costs money, right? The New York Times reports that the
nearly $5 billion legal publishing (and research) market was previously
controlled by two companies, Thompson and LexisNexis, with niche
players typically filling the need for small firm attorneys. These
entities provide case law based on fees for access but new players
are providing it FREE!
out of the desire to increase accessibility to public works via
the internet, several legal search sites have become popular in
the last year. Their content is growing daily, and the great news
is that they’re all free, though some sites may charge for
“expanded” paid content. Check them out below and, in
many cases, a legal search on these sites will provide you with
much more than a “you get you what you paid for it”
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